“The Skinny on Arbitrability of Judicial Dissolution Claims”

Peter Mahler of Farrell Fritz has authored this article, available at JD Supra, providing an insightful overview of the arbitrability of claims for the judicial dissolution of business entities. As Mahler notes, insofar as business entity dissolution is a creature of statute, the question of whether, and how, parties can implement or facilitate the processContinue reading ““The Skinny on Arbitrability of Judicial Dissolution Claims””

Subsidiary Cannot Invoke Arbitration Based On Agreement Between Subsidiary’s Employee And Parent Company

The Ninth Circuit recently reversed the trial court’s decision that the issue of arbitrability of an employee’s putative class action claims was for the arbitrator to decide. In Ahlstron v. DHI Mortgage Company, the plaintiff employee had entered into an arbitration agreement with his employer’s parent company. The arbitration agreement on its face did notContinue reading “Subsidiary Cannot Invoke Arbitration Based On Agreement Between Subsidiary’s Employee And Parent Company”

“Strike While the Arbitration Award Is Hot: Three-Month Window to File Motion to Vacate Does Not Prevent Earlier Confirmation”

Valerie Sanders of Eversheds has this article in Lexology discussing the Eleventh Circuit’s interesting decision in McLaurin v. Terminix International Co. in which, as Ms. Sanders’ article notes, the court addressed the question of “what happens when a motion to confirm is filed early, before the three months to file a motion to vacate hasContinue reading ““Strike While the Arbitration Award Is Hot: Three-Month Window to File Motion to Vacate Does Not Prevent Earlier Confirmation””