A district court’s order remanding a case to the arbitration panel for clarification of an arbitration award is not a final order and, therefore, not appealable.  Murchison Capital Partners, L.P. v. Nuance Commc’ns, Inc., 760 F.3d 418 (5th Cir. 2014) (No. 13-10852).  Following issuance of an arbitration award, the losing party filed a motion in court to vacate it.  The district court remanded the case back to the arbitration panel for its failure to provide sufficient findings of fact and conclusions of law, making clear it was remanding the case for further consideration but was not vacating the award.  The prevailing party appealed the district court’s remand order to the court of appeals, but the appeal was dismissed.  The court of appeals found that, although orders vacating an award and remanding the case for an entirely new arbitration are appealable, orders remanding a case back to the arbitration panel for clarification of an existing award are not.