This opinion or order relates to an opinion or order originally issued on 23 April 2019.
Inversiones y Procesadora Tropical INPROTSA, S.A. (INPROTSA) appeals from the district court's order granting Del Monte International GmbH's (Del Monte), motion for attorney's fees. The district court awarded attorney's fees to Del Monte as sanctions under the standard set forth in B.L. Harbert Int'l, LLC v. Hercules Steel Co., 441 F.3d 905, 913-914 (11th Cir. 2006) after INPROTSA filed a motion to vacate an arbitration award. Hercules Steel held that courts have inherent authority to sanction parties who pursue frivolous challenges to arbitration awards in the court system. Id. at 914. INPROTSA asserts the district court erred in granting Del Monte's motion for attorney's fees for two reasons: (1) the district court did not have subject-matter jurisdiction over the motion to vacate; and (2) the district court did not find INPROTSA acted in bad faith by filing the motion to vacate. After review, we affirm the district court.