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Arbitration clause catches nonsignatories (access required)

A government contractor and its corporate officers can force arbitration of claims under a government subcontract, even though some of the corporate defendants did not sign the contract. Fairfax Circuit Judge Randy I. Bellows said the defendants who did not sign the subcontract nevertheless can invoke its broadly worded arbitration clause to compel arbitration of the ...

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