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I don’t mean to be imprecise, but I think that the Eleventh Circuit may have recently issued the most luddite opinion I’ve seen in a ..read more
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For the next installment of the Bookworm, I’m recommending a very recent article by Professor Jean Sternlight: Mandatory Arbitration ..read more
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Four weeks ago, the boundary between public enforcement and private dispute resolution became more blurred.  On September 4, the Justice ..read more
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The Third Circuit welcomed us to the fall arbitration season with an important decision for the gig economy, Singh v. Uber Techs. Inc., ..read more
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On March 9 and 10, 2019, the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution is bringing 20 or more of the leading arbitrators and arbitration ..read more
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I’m adding something new to our Blog experience, the ArbitrationNation Bookworm.  Basically, once or twice a month, I’ll provide a ..read more
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Delegation provisions are a hot topic this year!  This week, we’re going to look at two more circuit court decisions centering on ..read more
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I can’t believe we’re more than a week into August!  I don’t know about you, but I feel like I’m going to have to say goodbye to ..read more
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Happy August!  What’s a better way to start the month than thinking about class arbitrability!  Again.  Ugh. Trust me, I would much ..read more
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The Fifth Circuit just deepened (and confused) a Circuit split over the question of who decides whether an arbitration agreement permits ..read more

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