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GMSR’s Jeff Raskin authors article on using public policy against arbitration

Countless published cases invoke California’s public policy in favor of arbitration to justify everything from expansive interpretation of arbitration agreements to the extremely narrow scope of judicial review of arbitration awards. Less well-known are two doctrines that allow parties to use public policy against arbitration, either to avoid arbitration altogether or to empower courts to review awards for errors of fact or law.

To read the article, “Turning The Tables: Using Public Policy Against Arbitration,” originally published in the Fall 2020 edition of the ABTL Report, click here.