Schneider v. Thailand, Case No. 11-1458 (2d Cir. Aug. 8, 2012) (affirming order confirming award under New York Convention, notwithstanding lower court’s failure to determine “clear and unmistakable” evidence that scope of arbitration agreement would be decided by arbitrators before performing deferential review of award; because UNCITRAL Rules were incorporated in arbitration agreement, appellate court could infer intent for arbitrators to decide scope of agreement; noting “manifest disregard” inapplicable to foreign awards);

Langlais v. Pennmont Benefit Services, Inc., Case No. 11-5275 (USDC E.D. Pa. July 11, 2012) (granting motion to confirm $3.8 million award as to signatories of arbitration agreement, but only in their capacities reflected in agreement; denying motion as to non-signatories because motion to confirm “is not the proper time or procedural vehicle to make such determinations”).