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Third Circuit Hands Khan Loss in Arbitration Case, Maroons Him in Legal Equivalent of Seti Alpha 6

It’s no secret that The Wrath of Khan is, without question, the best of the Star Trek movies.  It’s also no secret that, generally speaking, courts will bend over backwards to enforce arbitration provisions, and we’ve previously covered what can … Continue reading

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Supreme Court: If a Claim is Arbitrable, You Have to Arbitrate.

Parties resisting arbitration sometimes claim that compelling arbitration would result in “piecemeal” litigation because some claims are arbitrable and some are not.  The U.S. Supreme Court, however, has made it clear (again) that courts cannot refuse to compel arbitration merely … Continue reading

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