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Arbitration Begins between Otto marine and Robert Knutzen Shipholding
8/11/2016 5:42:07 PM
Description: Otto Marine has moved forward with arbitration in Singapore regarding its dispute with Robert KnutzenShipholding and Robert Knutzen personally. The dispute stems from charter contract disputes between the two companies and Knutzen.   Otto


No More Arbitration Clauses at Apollo Education Group
6/6/2016 5:33:27 PM
Description: Apollo Education Group, which operate the popular University of Phoenix and Western International University, has decided it will eliminate the use of mandatory arbitration clauses in the enrollment agreements signed by students before beginning


Court Rules that Binding Arbitration Requires Consumer Informed Consent
4/25/2014 1:37:26 PM
Description:   Washington State residents Sherrie K. Gorden and Debbie K. Miller individually signed up for a debt settlement program conducted by Lloyd Ward, a Texas attorney.  Both citizens signed service agreements and paid retainers.  The


Changes to the Truth in Lending Act Require Mortgage Agreements to Drop Mandatory Arbitration Clauses
6/12/2013 5:03:54 PM
Description:   In an effort to protect consumers’ right to a trial by jury, particularly for cases in which a Federal law has been broken during the transaction, the consistent and widespread use of mandatory arbitration clauses in consumer mortgage


U.K. Retirees of Nortel Networks Lose Their Bid for Arbitration of Bankruptcy Funds
3/11/2013 6:12:13 PM
Description:   U.K. retirees of Nortel Networks Corp. will not see the benefit of arbitration in their dispute against the telecommunications giant that has now declared bankruptcy and closed its operations across several continents.  There is $7


Financial Arbitration Award Upheld in Goldman Sachs Case
7/9/2012 10:39:47 AM
Description: Goldman Sachs was told that yes, indeed, it must pay the $20.5 million award ordered by a financial arbitration board in 2010. The order came from the United Sates Court of Appeals, Second Circuit. Original Legal Arbitration &


Financial Arbitration Overturns 1996 Federal Credit Card Law
1/18/2012 9:42:51 AM
Description: In an 8 to 1 decision, the Supreme Court decided that financial arbitrationclauses in many credit-based contracts supersede a 1996 Federal law that enabled credit and loan customers to file litigation against their lenders if they were dissatisfied