Western District Roundup

In Two Cases, Court Addresses Bankruptcy and Arbitration Provisions

, New York Law Journal

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In her Western District Roundup, Sharon M. Porcellio writes that the court, in the context of a Title VII reverse-race discrimination claim, analyzed whether a corporation is an individual under a bankruptcy provision excepting plaintiff's claim from discharge. In another case, a judge refused to compel arbitration, finding the arbitration provisions substantively unconscionable in a decision chock full of interesting footnoted related discussions.

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