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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Fawzy v. Fawzy

... III. We begin with some brief observations regarding arbitration, which is "`a method of dispute resolution involving one or more neutral third parties who are usu[ally] agreed to by the disputing parties and whose decision is binding.'" Wash. Auto. Co. v. 1828 L St. ...

Epix v. Marsh & McLennan Companies

... NJSA 2A:24-1, now codified at NJSA 2A:23B-6(a)). Embracing the federal policy, New Jersey courts have recognized a "strong public policy favors `arbitration as a means of dispute resolution' and requires `liberal construction of contracts in favor of arbitration.'" Bruno, supra ...

Wein v. Morris

... terms of the agreement." NJSA 2A:24-4. In that event, the order compelling arbitration would not have been final because it merely suspended the litigation until after the arbitration proceedings were complete, at which time the dispute would be subject to final resolution by the ...