“Federal Court Refuses To Compel Arbitration or Appoint Arbitrators Where No Party Had Refused To Arbitrate and Both Parties Were Working on Selecting Arbitrators”

JD Supra has published this article by Brendan Gooley of Carlton Fields discussing the decision by an Ohio District Court in Linda L. Allen, et al. v. Horter Investment Management, LLC , arising out of a scenario where the contract provided for administration by the American Arbitration Association, yet the AAA declined administration based upon the defendant’s previous failure to comply with the AAA’s consumer protocols.

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