Northeast Logistics, Inc. et al v. Billinger
ORDER Confirming Arbitration Award - It is hereby ORDERED that the Petitioners' motion to confirm their arbitration award is GRANTED and that award is hereby CONFIRMED. So Ordered by Judge Joan M. Azrack on 1/10/2022. (Coleman, Laurie)
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
CENTRAL ISLIP DIVISION
NORTHEAST LOGISTICS, INC.,
d/b/a “DILIGENT DELIVERY
SYSTEMS,” PARTS AUTHORITY, LLC,
and PARTS AUTHORITY, INC.,
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Case No. 2:21-cv-4362-JMA-JMW
Petitioners NORTHEAST LOGISTICS, INC. d/b/a “DILIGENT DELIVERY
SYSTEMS, PARTS AUTHORITY, LLC, and PARTS AUTHORITY, INC., moved for
confirmation of their Final Award in the arbitral matter brought against them by Respondent
John Billinger, pursuant to their right under Section 9 of the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”), I
U.S.C. § 9.
NOW, upon the reading of Petitioner’s Petition to Confirm Arbitration Award and the
declaration of Andrew Marks, with exhibits, on behalf of Petitioners in support thereof,
WHEREAS, there is a “strong federal policy favoring arbitration, the enforcement of
arbitration agreements and the confirmation of arbitration awards.” Pike v. Freeman, 266 F.3d
78, 89 (2d Cir. 2001);
WHEREAS, the arbitrator’s award had a colorable justification for the decision reached
and the arbitrator did not manifestly disregard the law;
WHEREAS, the arbitrator’s award should be confirmed under Westerbeke Corp. v.
Daihatsu Motor Co., 304 F.3d 200, 208 (2d Cir. 2002);
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It is hereby ORDERED that the Petitioners’ motion to confirm their arbitration award is
GRANTED and that award is hereby CONFIRMED.
Dated: __January 10, 2022
Central Islip, New York
Judge Joan M. Azrack
United States District Judge
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