“This Week at The Ninth: The FAA and the FAAAA”

This article by Morrison & Foerster’s James Sigel and Adam Sorensen, available in Lexology, discusses the Ninth Circuit’s decision in JEREMY REVITCH V. DIRECTV, LLC holding “that an arbitration clause that covers affiliate companies cannot be the basis for compelled arbitration under the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) when the company seeking to compel arbitration became an affiliate long after the arbitration agreement was signed.”

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