Arbitration Provisions Delegating “All Disputes” to Arbitration Are Sufficiently “Clear and Unmistakable…

An arbitration provision providing that “all controversies which may arise between the parties” was sufficiently broad and clear to require disputes related to the arbitration panel’s jurisdiction to be settled by the arbitration panel itself. “The question of who decides arbitrability is itself a question of contract.” “In determining whether the arbitrability of a dispute is to be resolved by the court or the arbitrator, the arbitration agreement is determinative.” In determining whether the parties have agreed “to arbitrate arbitrability,” a court should require “clear and unmistakable evidence that they did so”…

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