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The opinions expressed are the authors'. They have not been adopted as AAM policy and may or may not be shared or endorsed by any of AAM's other members.] INTRODUCTION Arbitration and its impact on litigation continues to be a popular and important topic for consideration by the Bar. Both federal and state law strongly favor arbitration. The U.S. Supreme Court has made it clear that the Federal Arbitration Act expressly declares a policy favoring arbitration in disputes of all kinds. In Texas, since the Texas Supreme Court's 1992 decision in Anglin v. Tipps , (1) arbitration has been given new life and ...
COMEDY CLUB, INC., a Louisiana corporation; Al Copeland Investments, Inc., a Louisiana corporation, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. IMPROV WEST ASSOCIATES, a California Limited Partnership; California Comedy, Inc., a California corporation, Defendants-Appellees. Comedy Club, Inc., a Louisiana corporation; Al Copeland Investments, Inc., a Louisiana corporation, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Improv West Associates, a California Limited Partnership; California Comedy, Inc., a California corporation, Defendants-Appellees. Nos. 05-55739, 05-56100. -- January 29, 2009 Before: JEROME FARRIS and ... Read More
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