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Arbitration: Motion to Compel-Buy-Sell Agreement-Delegation Clause

Where appellant challenged the denial of his motion to compel arbitration of claims for damages brought by the respondent, his former business partner, the issue of who determines the collateral estoppel effect of a prior arbitration award was an issue ...

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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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Arbitration: Motion to Compel-Authority to Reconsider-Selection of Arbitrator

Where an appellant challenged the denial of its motion to compel, the trial court had jurisdiction and the statutory authority to reconsider its motion to compel, and the judgment is affirmed because the Federal Arbitration Act does not allow the ...

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Arbitration: Motion to Compel-Threshold Issues-Delegation Clause

Where an employer challenged the overruling of its motion to compel arbitration in an action filed by a former employee, the employee signed an arbitration agreement that showed an intent to delegate threshold matters of arbitrability to an arbitrator, so ...

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