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Non-Existence of Designated Arbitral Institution at Time of Dispute May Void Mandatory Arbitration Requirement

Arbitration Requirement Despite the federal policy favoring arbitration, prospective plaintiffs continue to push courts to reexamine the enforceability parameters of arbitration agreements. These efforts have met with some success in cases where the arbitration agreement designates a particular ¬∑arbitral institution to resolve a dispute between the parties, and the designated institution no longer exists at … Continue reading Non-Existence of Designated Arbitral Institution at Time of Dispute May Void Mandatory Arbitration Requirement

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