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Tag Archives: Consideration

Arbitration: Motion To Compel-Consideration-Delegation Provision

Where a genealogy service, which was sued by plaintiffs who claimed that their private health information was released without permission, sought to compel arbitration, the parties delegated threshold questions of arbitrability to the arbitrator, and the trial court erred in ...

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Employment Law: Validity of Agreement-Consideration-Delegation Provision

Where an employer, who was the defendant in an employment-discrimination case, challenged the denial of a motion to compel arbitration, the Missouri Supreme Court’s decision in Soars v. Easter Seals Midwest applied, so the judgment is reversed and remanded because ...

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Employer-Employee: Disability Discrimination- Arbitration Agreement- Consideration

Defendants appealed the denial of their motion to compel arbitration. Defendants sought to arbitrate plaintiff’s disability-discrimination claim pursuant to an employment agreement. The trial court ruled the arbitration provision in the agreement unenforceable because plaintiff’s at-will employment was not valid ...

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Arbitration : Motion To Compel – Validity Of Agreement – Consideration

Baker v. Bristol Care, Inc. (MLW No. 66833/Case No. SC93451 – 11 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Teitelman, J.; Russell, C.J., Stith and Draper, JJ., concur; Wilson, J., dissents in separate opinion filed; Breckenridge and Fischer, JJ., concur in opinion of Wilson, J.)

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