In early June, a Massachusetts attorney, Robert Badger, will argue a real estate case before the Supreme Court of the State of Hawaii, which addresses the issue of whether an arbitrator has demonstrated evident partiality while deciding a dispute. Mr Badger currently practices law in Boston, where he focuses on special education law.
Boston attorney to argue before Supreme Court of Hawaii March 30, 2018
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