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Judge Rules Citibank Did Not Waive Arbitration Right
12/24/2016 12:26:04 PM
Description: A recent ruling from the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals determined Citibank had not waived its right to arbitration in a debt collection lawsuit. The appeal had been filed by Citibank challenging a ruling from the Boone Circuit Court denying


Arbitration Agreements Not Enforceable by Third Party Debt Purchasers
10/15/2016 12:58:13 PM
Description: A company that purchases consumer debt from a lender cannot enforce an arbitration agreement entered into by the debtor and the original lender, according to a recent ruling from a New Jersey appeals court. The ruling was a reversal of an earlier


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


Hedge Fund Seeking Arbitration Ruling
6/29/2016 12:05:29 PM
Description: A US hedge fund is taking legal action against the government of Peru in an effort to force the country to pay off $1.6 billion in defaulted bonds issued by the former military regime of the country. The case is similar to the one between US hedge


49ers Headed to Arbitration over Rent Dispute with City
5/23/2016 4:12:17 PM
Description: San Francisco’s NFL franchise team the 49ers have filed for arbitration with the city over negotiations related to the rent for Levi’s Stadium. The team wants the city to reduce the amount of money it has to pay to play in the building.


Nationstar Mortgage Lawsuit Headed to Arbitration
4/29/2016 10:35:03 AM
Description: The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals recently ruled the Nationstar Mortgage lawsuit would need to proceed to arbitration without any further action in the courtroom concerning the case. The petitioner in the suit, Nationstar Mortgage, wants to


FINRA Rules in Favor of Swiss Group
9/23/2015 1:43:55 PM
Description: The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) recently levied a favorable ruling for the Switzerland-based company UBS Group AG. The ruling dismissed an arbitration claim by investor Berta Ganapolsky and losses related to municipal bonds.


Chinese Insurer Ping An Loses International Arbitration
5/13/2015 2:55:57 PM
Description:   Ping An, a Chinese insurance company that was one of the largest shareholders in defunct financial company Fortis, has failed in its €1 billion arbitration bid against the government of Belgium, where Fortis was based.   Ping An


Debt Collection Firm Wins Arbitration Argument Involving Repossessed Car
12/3/2014 9:33:04 PM
Description: The Markind Law Group in New Jersey has convinced a federal judge that an arbitration agreement included in a contract for the sale of a vehicle that has since been repossessed can still be enforced.  The arbitration clause had been challenged


New Jersey Supreme Court Finds against Arbitration Clause
10/13/2014 4:25:31 PM
Description: In the closely-watched case of Atalese v. U.S. Legal Services Group (ULSG), the New Jersey Supreme Court has found that the arbitration clause included in the contract between Patricia Atalese and ULSG is unenforceable because it did not make it