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The “First Hundred Days” of the Trump Administration Are in the Books: Much Ado in the Arbitration and the Financial Worlds
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Time certainly does fly. The Trump Administration hit the First Hundred Days milestone on April 30th, which makes now a good time to reflect on activity during this period.

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We Called It! Arbitration Came Up at Judge Gorsuch’s Senate Confirmation Hearings
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As we predicted in SAA 2017-11, mandatory arbitration was a focus of inquiry at Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch’s Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings that took place starting March 20th.

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Two More Arbitration-Related Cases Shed More Light On Supreme Court Nominee Gorsuch
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Two other arbitration-related cases involving Supreme Court nominee Gorsuch have surfaced, which to us indicate that, while he may be a stickler for precise use of language,

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Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch Seems to Be Pro-Arbitration!
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President Trump has nominated Judge Neil M. Gorsuch of the Tenth Circuit to fill the open seat at the Supreme Court. We’ll leave to others reporting on the broad issues;

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