Those interested in an analysis of the New Jersey Supreme Court’s decision in Flanzman v. Jenny Craig, Inc. may enjoy this article, authored by Mohamed Barry and Patrick McGovern of Genova Burns LLC, and published in JD Supra.
This article, by Dan Packel at The American Lawyer, discusses a dispute between Nixon Peabody and five former partners who left the firm and joined DLA Piper. The current issue, arising in the context of a disagreement regarding Nixon Peabody’s efforts to recoup bonuses paid to the departing partners, centers on whether a contractual requirementContinue reading ““Nixon Peabody Says Ex-Partners Must Arbitrate Clawback Accusations Against Firm””
The Seventh Circuit, in Servotronics, Inc. v. Rolls-Royce PLC is the most recent appellate court to weigh in on the question of whether 28 U.S.C. 1782(a) authorizes a judge to compel discovery in a foreign arbitration. As the court noted, the statute “authorizes the district court to order a person within the district to giveContinue reading “Seventh Circuit Holds That Court Not Authorized To Compel Discovery In Foreign Arbitration”
Lexology has published this article by Brady Hermann of Maurice Wutscher LLP, discussing the court’s decision in Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC v. Galli et al.
JDSupra has published this article by Novack and Macey LLP, discussing the U.S. District Court decision in UFT Commercial Fin., LLC v. Fisher, No. 19 C 7669; 2020 WL 2513097 (N.D. Ill. May 15, 2020)
This article by Stacey Eilbaum of Proskauer, found in JDSupra, begins as follows: “The global pandemic has brought about countless changes, including, for many households, increased reliance on online retail and delivery services, such as Amazon. “When consumers sign up for these services or place their orders, they are likely to see a notice regarding termsContinue reading ““Recent Decisions Spotlight Arbitration Agreements in Online Delivery Service Terms and Conditions””
David Fowler Johnson of Winstead has authored this article in The National Law Review, discussing the Texas appellate decision in Ruff v. Ruff, No. 05-18-00326-CV
Ashley Cullins authored this article in The Hollywood Reporter, discussing the U.S. District Court decision in Ajzenman v. Office of the Commissioner of Baseball d/b/a Major League Baseball, granting a motion to compel arbitration.
The National Law Review has this article by Paul Besozzi of Squire Patton Boggs, discussing the Second Circuit’s recent decision in Luis Arnaud v. Doctors Associates, Inc. d/b/a Subway, Case No. 19-3057-cv. Positively Neutral’s discussion of the decision can be found here.
In Arnaud v. Doctor’s Associates Inc., d/b/a Subway, the Second Circuit affirmed a lower court’s denial of a motion to compel arbitration of claims of violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Plaintiff filed a putative class action predicated upon alleged unsolicited text messages he received from the Subway franchise following his attempt to pursueContinue reading “Second Circuit Holds Class Action Claims For Violation Of TCPA Not Arbitrable”