On December 14, 2012, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed into law Enrolled Senate Bill Nos. 901, 902 and 903. The first two of these merely apply the third to arbitration of disputes involving the Condominium Act and condominium agreements, and arbitration of domestic relations … [Read more...] about Michigan Passes Revised Uniform Arbitration Act
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You don't have many options when you think that the arbitrator who you agreed to hear your case has delivered a plainly wrong arbitration award. In fact, you probably have none at all.The Defendants in the NC Business Court's recent decision in Trilogy Capital … [Read more...] about North Carolina: What Are Your Options When You Think That Your Arbitrator Has Gone Out Of Control?
There are all sorts of questions when court proceedings run alongside an arbitration dispute. Who decides issues that cut across both? Judge? Arbitrator?Assume that you represented the Claimant in an arbitration In which the opposing party (the Respondent) made … [Read more...] about Should Arbitrator Or Judge Decide Whether Arbitration Is Barred By Res Judicata
Generally speaking, the North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure do not require trial courts to make findings of fact when disposing of motions. However, in Cornelius v. Lipscomb, Judge Martha A. Geer, joined by Chief Judge John C. Martin and … [Read more...] about North Carolina Court Of Appeals Reverses Order Denying Motion to Compel Arbitration
The Indian arbitration scenario had always been abysmal. If the way in which arbitration proceedings were conducted under the 1940 Arbitration Act had made lawyers laugh and legal philosophers weep in view of unending prolixity, at every stage providing a legal trap to the … [Read more...] about Amendment of Indian Arbitration Act: A Sigh of Relief for the Indian Arbitration Professionals and Clients!