Monthly Archives: April 2012

Temporary Stay of Publication Troubling

There has been little fall-out or commentary about a March 12, 2012 Order by the Indiana Court of Appeals temporarily halting the South Bend Tribune from publishing a news story about an instance of suspected child abuse and the response … Continue reading

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Eleventh Circuit Draws a Thin Line Between Formation and Validity Challenges for Arbitration Clauses

The first question a court has to resolve when considering a motion to compel arbitration is whether a valid contract containing an arbitration clause exists.  That’s not always easy because parties sometimes claim that a contract was not formed or … Continue reading

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