1. An arbitral tribunal violates procedural public policy if it disregards the res judicata effect of a previous decision or if the final award departs from the opinion expressed in an interlocutory award disposing of a material preliminary issue. There is res judicata when the claim in dispute is identical to that which was already the subject of an enforceable judgment (identity of the subject matter of the dispute). This is the case...
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