James v. Dale, No. 03-3030 (Fed Cir. January 26, 2004).

In reversing the removal of defendant from the INS as a border patrol agent, because an arbitrator abused his discretion by substituting his own charge for that of the INS and applied the wrong standard to determine whether defendant's associate was a "suspected narcotics law violator," the arbitrator's decision is reversed. To read this opinion, go to: http://laws.lp.findlaw.com/fed/ 033030.html.

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Newsletter - January 2004