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Subpoenas in Arbitration: Not as Easy as One Would Think

Numerous construction contracts and subcontracts include provisions requiring the parties to arbitrate their disputes, either in lieu of litigation or as a condition precedent to trial.  Arbitration is a preferred means of alternative dispute resolution as it minimizes the time and expense of litigation and, in some cases, a jury trial.  One example of costs Read More…

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Fourth DCA: Illegality of Contract Must be Considered

In Jupiter Medical Center, Inc. v. Visiting Nurse Association of Florida (full case here), the Appellant brought the action to vacate an arbitral award on the ground that it was based on an illegal contract.  The trial court did not address the issues of the contract’s legality, and entered an order enforcing the arbitral award.  Read More…

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