Panel Upsets Arbitration Ruling in Real Estate Dispute

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Broadly applying the term: commerce - a unanimous panel of the First Department has held that the Federal Arbitration Act applies to agreements governing entities that own and invest in commercial real estate.

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Originally appeared in print as U.S. Arbitration Law Applies to Real Estate Dispute, Panel Finds

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  • IJY

    Who else thinks the headline is a bit misleading? How about this instead:

    Panel Upsets Arbitration Ruling in Real Estate Dispute

    Panel Upsets Ruling, Says Federal Arbitration Rules Govern Real Estate Dispute.

    Or use "RE" to shorten headline.

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