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Tag Archives: Arbitration

Employee’s lack of recall not enough to avoid arbitration

Where an employer provided digital forensic evidence showing a woman assented to an arbitration agreement, the woman’s statement that she did “not recall” doing so was insufficient to avoid arbitration. Background Natalie Lynn Soucie alleges that Virginia Utility Protection Service ...

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Wage and overtime suit sent to arbitration

Where drivers alleged they were misclassified as independent contractors under Massachusetts law, but their independent contractor agreements delegated any challenge to the interpretation or application of the arbitration provision to the arbitrator, the arbitrator will determine the arbitrability of the ...

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Case settles despite hotly contested injuries issue — $500,000 settlement

Type of action: Personal injury, auto accident Injuries alleged: Traumatic brain injury, chronic migraines and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome Name of case: Jackson v. Clark Court: Prince William Circuit Court Case no.: CL18002646-000 Tried before: Arbitration Name of judge or ...

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Delegation question certified to Fourth Circuit

Where there is substantial ground for difference of opinion on whether non-signatory to an arbitration provision that clearly and unmistakably incorporates arbitral rules delegating questions of “arbitrability” and “jurisdiction” to an arbitrator can move to compel arbitration of a third-party ...

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