Recent decisions by the Georgia Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court make it easier for parties to avoid court and resolve their disputes in arbitration. In each decision, a party sought to avoid arbitration by advancing arguments against arbitration based on public policy. The courts rejected these public policy type arguments, making it more difficult for a party to avoid arbitration when there is an arbitration clause that covers the suit or claim. ... Continue Reading
The Journal is a publication for the clients of Drew Eckl & Farnham, LLP. It is written in a general format and is not intended to be legal advice to any specific circumstance. Legal Opinions may vary when based upon subtle factual differences. All rights reserved.
H. Michael Bagley