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Cross-Petition for Certiorari Seeks to “Schein” More Light on Delegation … and a Coronavirus Update
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

The case that keeps on giving keeps on giving. With a Petition for Certiorari already having been filed by Henry Schein in late January,

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Ninth Circuit: District Court Acted Properly When It Reconsidered and Reversed Previously Granted Order Compelling Arbitration
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

The District Court did not abuse its discretion when it reconsidered and reversed in part its previous Order compelling arbitration,

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More on the EEOC’s Rescission of its Anti-Arbitration Policy
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

As reported in SAA 2019-48 (Dec. 18), the EEOC has formally rescinded a Clinton-era policy against mandatory arbitration of workplace discrimination claims.

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Senate Version of Justice for Servicemembers Act Introduced – By a Republican
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

Until now, the many anti-arbitration bills introduced in the 116th Congress have been sponsored by Democrats.

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New Taxpayer First Act Apparently Bars Mandatory Arbitration of ALL (Not just IRS) Employee Whistleblower Disputes
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The new Taxpayer First Act signed into law on July 1st apparently bars any employer from requiring arbitration of tax-related whistleblower disputes. The new law also establishes an independent office for resolving taxpayer disputes.

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Certiorari Granted in Eleventh Circuit Case Holding that Non-Signatory Party Cannot Compel Arbitration Under the NY Convention
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On the Term’s last day, SCOTUS on June 28 granted Certiorari in an arbitration-centric case. As we reported in SAA 2019-15 (Apr.

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