“Court Denies Motion To Compel Arbitration and To Appoint Arbitrators Where Parties Had Agreed To Arbitrate and There Was No Impasse”

Benjamin Stearns of Carlton Fields has authored this article, available in JD Supra, discussing a decision by a Ohio federal court in Allen v. Horter Investment Management, LLC. Although the parties agreed that arbitration of a consumer claim was appropriate, “they could not agree whether the arbitration should be conducted individually or as one consolidated arbitration.”

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