The United States Supreme Court has held that arbitration awards derived from collective bargaining agreements may be invalidated based on public policy. However, an arbitration award should only be invalidated if the public policy is explicit, well-defined, and dominant.' This article will examine how the Connecticut Supreme Court applied the public policy test and whether the court adequately justified its decision.



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