William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
In arbitration law, few matters engender more stimulating debate than the interaction of arbitrators and judges with respect to jurisdictional determinations. When one side asserts that it never agreed to arbitrate, or contests the arbitrator’s substantive mission or procedural powers, someone must determine the existence, validity, and/or scope of the arbitration clause.
Determining an Arbitrator's Jurisdiction: Timing and Finality in American Law
Nevada Law Journal
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