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U.S. Supreme Court Asked to Decide Whether Wrongful Death Suits are Subject to Arbitration

The United States Supreme Court was recently asked to determine whether the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) preempts a state law rule that prohibits enforcement of pre-dispute arbitration agreements in certain wrongful death...more

Power of Attorney – What Power Is Granted And Is The Grantee’s Act Authorized?

A Power of Attorney ("POA") can be an important tool for anyone who is planning his or her future. It enables an individual to decide in advance who will help him/her make life's important decisions in the event of future...more

Executors and Personal Representatives Equally Bound to Arbitrate Wrongful Death Claims

The Eleventh Circuit has “ironed out a wrinkle” in Alabama’s arbitration jurisprudence that seemed to find executors outside the scope of arbitration contracts signed by the decedent. In Entrekin v. Internal Medicine...more

California Supreme Court Holds That Heirs in a Wrongful Death Action Are Bound by Decedent's Agreement to Arbitration

California courts have long wrestled with the question of whether a person's agreement to arbitration binds his or her heirs in a later wrongful death action arising out of his or her death. The California Supreme Court's...more

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