Note: This case is not published in an official reporter and may not be cited as authority. Consult with counsel before relying on this case.
The Ohio Court of Common Pleas granted the Columbus Board of REALTORS® (the "Board") motion for summary judgment and dismissed plaintiff's complaint seeking reversal of the Board's arbitration award. The court held that absent a showing of fraud or bad faith, the award rendered by the Board in a voluntarily entered arbitration matter would be enforced.
Churchill v. Columbus Board of REALTORS®, Case No. 88CV-09-6617 (Ohio Ct. C.P., Franklin County 1989). [Note: This opinion was not published in an official reporter and therefore should not be cited as authority. Please consult counsel before relying on this opinion.]