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Court Can Sever Arbitrator Designation (access required)

The owner of an automotive business who required his full-time, live-in housekeeper to sign an arbitration agreement can compel arbitration of the housekeeper’s legal claims, even though the designated arbitrator is unavailable; the Virginia Supreme Court says trial court erred in holding that the designation of a specific arbitrator was an integral part of the ...

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