In DRI’s In-House Defense Quarterly, Feldman and Dagger Describe Key Changes in Arbitration Law
Kelly Margolis Dagger
Ellis & Winters attorneys Stephen Feldman and Kelly Margolis Dagger have published an article concerning the changing legal landscape on the enforceability of arbitration clauses. The article appears in the fall 2013 issue of In-House Defense Quarterly, a publication of the Defense Research Institute (DRI). The publication is directed to corporate in-house counsel. Click here to download a pdf of the article.
Mr. Feldman and Ms. Dagger’s article addresses the following question: In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s arbitration decisions, what will be the next key questions for the enforceability of arbitration clauses? Federal circuit courts and state appellate courts have taken different approaches to these questions. These different approaches create uncertainty for attorneys charged with drafting arbitration clauses.
Mr. Feldman represents businesses, individuals, and non-profit organizations in a broad range of complex litigation. His areas of concentration include business disputes, appeals, product liability defense, and fiduciary litigation.
Ms. Dagger focuses her practice on commercial litigation and appeals. She has represented clients in litigation over the enforceability of arbitration clauses in state and federal court.