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9/22:

Affirmed: “Cluttered” Website Means No Agreement To Arbitrate

Clean up that website!! “Clutter” may obscure and negate attempts to highlight terms and conditions that require arbitration of Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) disputes. A “hard to find [link to Ts & Cs] on a cluttered web page” can be a recipe for such a result.

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9/22:

Court-Ordered Non-binding Arbitration: A Way to Move Your Case Forward During COVID

This article explores an alternative for civil trial attorneys to utilize court-ordered, nonbinding arbitration to move a case forward during COVID-19 restrictions.

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9/15:

Whether And How To Compel Remote Arbitration

This article discusses the complex issue of whether and how an arbitrator can compel parties to participate in remote arbitration hearings amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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9/15:

New Jersey Arbitration Agreements Need Not Designate a Specific Arbitrator or “Arbitral Forum” to be Enforceable
In Flanzman v. Jenny Craig, Inc., the New Jersey Supreme Court reversed the Appellate Division and held that an arbitration agreement may bind the parties even if the agreement does not designate a specific arbitrator, arbitration organization, or process for such a designation. read more

 
9/15:

Here’s why pandemic is increasing mediation and arbitration cases

According to legal experts, there is one major advantage to taking your business dispute to mediation or arbitration instead of a jury trial.

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9/08:

New Jersey High Court Updates State’s Arbitration Case Law to Reflect Modern Business Practice

For the second time in a little over one month, the Supreme Court of New Jersey has issued an employer-friendly ruling upholding the enforceability of arbitration agreements in the employment context.

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9/01:

Internet terms of use: Ninth Circuit enforces arbitration agreement accessible through browsewrap hyperlink

Technology advances. Business processes evolve. Internet transactions become increasingly ubiquitous. Contract formation, however, remains an old-fashioned concept. An Internet consumer must, at a minimum, be on inquiry notice of terms to be bound by them.

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9/01:

New Jersey High Court Updates State’s Arbitration Case Law to Reflect Modern Business Practice

For the second time in a little over one month, the Supreme Court of New Jersey has issued an employer-friendly ruling upholding the enforceability of arbitration agreements in the employment context.

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8/25:

ADR Solutions for a World Reordered By Pandemic – Remote Is Closer Than You Think

The clearest lesson of the pandemic is that we are all connected. Supply chains and the movement of goods and people by air, land and water mean we are all part of a huge interactive web.

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8/24:

Feuding Business Partners in Private Companies: Considering Arbitration to Resolve Partnership Disputes

It is common for private company co-owners to have disagreements while they operate their business, but they typically work through these disputes themselves. In those rare instances where conflicts escalate and legal action is required, business partners have two options—filing a lawsuit or participating in an arbitration proceeding. Arbitration is available, however, only if the parties agreed in advance to arbitrate their disputes.

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