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Court Rules New Jersey Car Dealership’s Arbitration Clause Too Confusing
6/29/2016 12:18:12 PM
Description: Arbitration clauses have received a great deal of negative attention in the media lately and one incident involving a car dealership in New Jersey is no exception. The Appellate Division recently ruled the dealership’s sales contract that

Cash Running Out for New Brunswick Police Commission
12/5/2015 12:38:02 PM
Description: The New Brunswick Police Commission could soon be out of money to cover the cost of arbitration hearings. More cases might be added to the agenda, but nobody is sure what will happen if funds run out. The budget strain comes as the number of

Judge Tosses Arbitration Ruling Regarding MASN Sports Channel and the Washington National Baseball Team
11/13/2015 6:31:06 PM
Description: A New York state judge recently threw out an arbitration ruling that required the Mid Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) to pay the Washington National nearly $300 million for the team’s 2012-2016 television rights. MASN is controlled by the

China Refusing to Participate in Arbitration with Philippines
7/21/2015 6:58:45 PM
Description:   China continues its refusal to participate in arbitration to resolve a long-standing feud between Beijing and Manila over the South China Sea. The arbitration will be held at an international tribunal with a panel of five members in The

Clark County, Nevada, and Service Employees International Enter Binding Arbitration
5/23/2015 1:23:52 PM
Description: After failing to resolve contract disputes with its largest union, Service Employees International Local 1107 (SEI), Clark County Nevada has agreed to enter into binding arbitration in order to get a contract finalized. The SEI represents more than

Chinese Construction Intended to Undermine Arbitration Process
5/13/2015 2:55:18 PM
Description: As The Philippines seems poised to achieve an arbitration victory against China is the disputed areas of the South China Sea that have seen aggressive Chinese presence over the last few years, China has embarked on large-scale reclamation projects

Northwest Territories Town Unions Seek Arbitration
4/27/2015 11:01:25 AM
Description: The unions collectively representing more than thirty employees of Hay River, a town in the Northwest Territories in Canada, have officially requested an arbitration process to settle ongoing employment disputes with the town. The request follows

Norwegian Air Pilots Reject Arbitration Bid
3/20/2015 2:34:03 PM
Description: On strike for several weeks, Norwegian Air pilots have responded to the airline’s suggestion of voluntary arbitration to resolve their contract dispute with a resounding negative. However, the unions stated that standard negotiations will

Men’s Wearhouse Loses Arbitration to JA Apparel
1/24/2015 1:44:07 PM
Description: Men’s clothier Men’s Wearhouse, coming off a tumultuous year which saw its founder and former CEO forced out even as it consolidated several acquisitions, saw another setback when arbitration proceedings initiated against it by former

Philippines Continues Pursuit of International Arbitration in Dispute with China
10/24/2014 5:30:00 PM
Description: Calling it the only possibility of resolving the issue, Philippine President Benigno Aquino III continued to push for a legally-binding arbitration finding in his country’s ongoing dispute with China or territorial claims.  The