By Jill I. Gross
*Court decides issue of arbitrability if there is not sufficient evidence that parties clearly and unmistakably agreed to arbitrate the question of arbitrability.
By Ben Suter
The Court finds that the defendant failed to demonstrate that the plaintiffs procured an arbitration award by corruption,
By Christopher G. Lazarini
Unlike in poker where a player actively conceals his hand, the issuer of a proxy statement is required to put all his cards on the table face-up.
By Burton W. Wiand
Absent an affirmative contractual basis for concluding that a party agreed to do so, there can be no class arbitration.
By David C. Franceski, Jr.
*The filing of an action later dismissed on preliminary objections in favor of arbitration does not toll applicable statutes of limitation beyond the date of dismissal.
By James L. Komie
*Arbitrators do not have authority under Section 7 of the Federal Arbitration Act to issue a subpoena to a third party for the production of documents only.
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