An arbitration award was to be reviewed under the Federal Arbitration Act, rather than under a state arbitration act, where the parties’ agreement stated that the arbitration clause “is governed by and enforceable under the terms of the Federal Arbitration Act,” notwithstanding that the remainder of the parties’ agreement was governed by state law.  Renard v. Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc., No. 14-1730 (7th Cir. Jan. 30, 2015).  Although the franchise agreement in which the arbitration clause was contained expressly stated that it was governed generally by state law, the agreement specifically carved out arbitration from that blanket provision.  Accordingly, the federal court held that the award would be reviewed under federal law, not state law.