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US Supreme Court to decide scope of arbitration exemption for transpor…

A delivery worker is pictured in New York City, New York, U.S., September 23, 2021. REUTERS/David ‘Dee’ Delgado Acquire Licensing Rights Summary Companies Law Firms High court to decide if exemption applies outside transportation industry Case involves delivery workers for a bakery Scope of exemption has been litigated extensively Sept 29 (Reuters) – The U.S. […]

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Chevron accepts arbitration terms in dispute at Australia LNG plants

A 3D printed natural gas pipeline is placed in front of displayed Chevron logo in this illustration taken Feb. 8, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Acquire Licensing Rights FWC ‘strongly’ recommends parties accept its proposal Chevron accepts; unions meet to decide whether to accept terms Union tells FWC Chevron offer lower than Woodside deal SYDNEY, Sept […]

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Samsung ordered to pay arbitration fees for 36,000 biometric privacy p…

Companies Law Firms Related documents Sept 14 (Reuters) – The Chicago federal judge who just ordered Samsung Electronics to arbitrate Illinois biometric privacy breach claims by nearly 36,000 Samsung device owners is not the first judge to note the irony of compelling a corporate defendant to abide by the terms of the very contract it […]

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‘Bellwether’ arbitration takes another hit ahead of key appeal

Aug 14 (Reuters) – Just a month before oral arguments in an appeal that will test the legality of a corporate strategy to combat mass arbitration, a new ruling from a federal trial judge has highlighted the strategy’s potential due process pitfalls. The decision, issued on Thursday by U.S. District Judge George Wu of Los […]

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