Supreme Court shoots down class arbitration in Stolt antitrust case
Ron Knox • Tuesday, 27 April 2010 (over 3 years ago)
In a ruling that may have far-reaching effects on antitrust arbitration, the US Supreme Court has ruled that shipping company Stolt-Nielsen could not be compelled by an arbitration panel to arbitrate against an entire class of antitrust plaintiffs in an arbitration between it and one of its customers.
Stolt Neilson arbitration class shot down
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