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This article first appeared on Globar Arbitration News, Baker McKenzie, here. Brown v. TGS Management Co., 57 Cal. App. 5th 303 (2020) [click for opinion] TGS Management Co., Ltd. (“TGS”)...By Jacob Kaplan, Michael Hidalgo
From January to December 2020, Daniel Urbas shared one hundred and fifty-five (155) notes on recent Canadian court decisions, highlighting the most current reasoning and practical applications of arbitral rules...By Daniel Urbas
Introduction The Supreme Court’s decision in Vaden v. Discover Bank, 556 U.S. 49 (2009), held that district courts can “look through” a motion to compel arbitration to the underlying...By Kristen Blankley