Tag: SCOTUS

First Monday in October: Some Arbitration-Centric Cases Worth Following author.

First Monday in October: Some Arbitration-Centric Cases Worth Following

This article first appeared on the Securities Arbitration Alert Blog, here. The Supreme Court was back in session on October...

By George Friedman
The Supreme Court’s Unanimous Ruling in Southwest Airlines v. Saxon: More Questions Left than Answers author.

The Supreme Court’s Unanimous Ruling in Southwest Airlines v. Saxon: More Questions Left than Answers

Introduction and Unanswered Questions             Airplane cargo loaders and ramp supervisors are now able to bring a claim for overtime...

By Brittany Munn
What Does the Federal Arbitration Act’s “Policy Favoring Arbitration” Really Favor? Arbitration as a Way of Settling Disputes Rather than “Deciding” Cases author.

What Does the Federal Arbitration Act’s “Policy Favoring Arbitration” Really Favor? Arbitration as a Way of Settling Disputes Rather than “Deciding” Cases

Introduction For decades, arbitration practice has been conceptualized as an alternative way to resolve cases, acting much as a court...

By Stephanie Korenman, Aegis Frumento
The SCOTUS “Arbitration Quartet” – What You Need to Know author.

The SCOTUS “Arbitration Quartet” – What You Need to Know

Introduction As our readers know, the Supreme Court just concluded a very busy Term that included an unprecedented five arbitration-centric...

By George Friedman
A Note on Badgerow v. Walters et al. (No.20-1143, March 31,2022) author.

A Note on Badgerow v. Walters et al. (No.20-1143, March 31,2022)

At her confirmation hearing Justice Kagan noted “So in that sense, we are all originalists.” (U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing,...

By Terry Moritz
Arbitration of PAGA Claims & Uncertainty in the Future of US Arbitration author.

Arbitration of PAGA Claims & Uncertainty in the Future of US Arbitration

The United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Viking River Cruises, Inc. v. Moriana, No. 20-1573, on March 30,...

By Imre Szalai
Badgerow v. Walters – Answering Vaden’s Questions and Limiting Its Application author.

Badgerow v. Walters – Answering Vaden’s Questions and Limiting Its Application

Introduction             The Supreme Court’s decision in Vaden v. Discover Bank, 556 U.S. 49 (2009), held that district courts can...

By Kristen Blankley
This Just In: SCOTUS Decides Badgerow author.

This Just In: SCOTUS Decides Badgerow

 Just as we went to press came word that, based on statutory construction, the Supreme Court has decided Badgerow v. Walters,...

By George Friedman
SCOTUS Hears Oral Arguments in Morgan and ZF Auto. Two More to Go author.

SCOTUS Hears Oral Arguments in Morgan and ZF Auto. Two More to Go

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments this week in two of four cases involving arbitration it will review within a...

By George Friedman
Reminder: SCOTUS Hears Two of “Arbitration Final Four” Oral Arguments Next Week author.

Reminder: SCOTUS Hears Two of “Arbitration Final Four” Oral Arguments Next Week

Just a reminder that SCOTUS will be hearing oral arguments next week on two cases involving arbitration. We reported in...

By George Friedman
March Madness as SCOTUS Sets “Final Four” Oral Arguments for Last Two Weeks in March author.

March Madness as SCOTUS Sets “Final Four” Oral Arguments for Last Two Weeks in March

This article first appeared in the Securities Arbitration Alert Blog here. We reported in December that the Supreme Court had...

By George Friedman
Invoking a Policy’s Arbitral Provisions that Fall Under the New York or Panama Convention when a Third Party Sues the Insurer author.

Invoking a Policy’s Arbitral Provisions that Fall Under the New York or Panama Convention when a Third Party Sues the Insurer

This article was originally published in the ARIAS·U.S. Quarterly, Q3, 2021 and is republished here with permission. A.        Overview The...

By Edward Lenci
SCOTUS Denies Certiorari in Selden. At Issue: FAA Review of Awards Based on Public Policy author.

SCOTUS Denies Certiorari in Selden. At Issue: FAA Review of Awards Based on Public Policy

This article first appeared in the Securities Arbitration Alert Blog. As reported in SAA 2021-19 (May 20), the Supreme Court...

By George Friedman
SCOTUS on Henry Schein II Certiorari Grant: “Never Mind!” author.

SCOTUS on Henry Schein II Certiorari Grant: “Never Mind!”

This article first appeared on the Securities Arbitration Alert (SAA) Blog, here. The Supreme Court has reversed in a summary...

By George Friedman

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