Posts tagged "Agreements to Arbitrate; Enforceability of Agreements to Arbitrate; Compelling Arbitration; Arbitration"

Massachusetts Superior Court Decides That Right to Arbitration was Waived Due to Litigation Conduct

In a recent Superior Court decision, a judge held that there is a presumption that courts, not arbitral tribunals, have exclusive jurisdiction over the issue of whether a party has waived a contractual right to arbitration by engaging in substantial litigation before a motion to compel arbitration was filed.

D.C. Circuit Sends Claims Against Airbnb for Discrimination to Arbitration Proceedings

Recently, the #Airbnbwhileblack hashtag started floating around social media as a way to bring awareness to several reported instances of African Americans having issues with booking accommodations through Airbnb, a service that allows peer-to-peer short-term rentals of houses and apartments. Indeed, research has found that African-American users of Airbnb frequently encounter racial discrimination as they try to find a place to stay.

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