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BG Group v. Republic of Argentina

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Supreme Court: Arbitrators, Not Courts, Decide Whether A Suit May Proceed To Arbitration

Fisher Phillips • March 11, 2014
On March 5, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld an arbitration panel’s award and broadened arbitrators’ authority to determine preliminary issues in arbitration agreements. Although the case concerned a treaty dispute between a corporation and a sovereign nation, the Court’s decision reframed the issue as an arbitration dispute and continued to follow well-established precedent that favors arbitration while limiting judicial intervention of such agreements. This ruling is good news for employers. BG Group v. Republic of Argentina

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