“Does an Arbitration Clause Apply to Your LLC Dispute?”

Kevin Brodehl of Patton Sullivan Brodehl LLP discusses the California Appellate Court’s decision in Yao v. Pro-Management Consulting, finding that a California statute providing that a  “person that becomes a member of a limited liability company is deemed to assent to the operating agreement,” does not serve to constitute an agreement to the operating agreement’s arbitration provision in the absence of the member’s execution of the operating agreement. The article is available at JD Supra.

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