U.S. High Court Says Arbitrator Can Decide Arbitrability of Class Claims

, New Jersey Law Journal

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The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously upholds a Third Circuit decision that allowed an arbitrator to force arbitration on a class basis despite an agreement that was silent on the issue.

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Originally appeared in print as U.S. High Court Says Arbitrator Can Decide Arbitrability of Class Claims

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  • R. Mandell

    What's the "large body of case law on what is and is not arbitrable"? What's the case listing?

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