Based on a Very Limited Sampling, the Jury is Out on Judge Coney Barrett’s Arbitration Views, Although She Seems to Lean Pro-arbitration. And She Appears to Like FINRA Dispute Resolution
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Publisher and Editor-in-Chief

As expected, President Trump on September 26 nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett of the Seventh Circuit to fill the open seat at the Supreme Court resulting from the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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Commonwealth Coatings Lives On! SCOTUS Denies Certiorari in Monster Energy
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

 We usually report Certiorari denials in the “Short Brief” section, but this one sought to overturn a precedent set over half a century ago;

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Cross-Petition for Certiorari Seeks to “Schein” More Light on Delegation … and a Coronavirus Update
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

The case that keeps on giving keeps on giving. With a Petition for Certiorari already having been filed by Henry Schein in late January,

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GE Energy – Outokumpu Oral Argument at SCOTUS was January 21. Hard to Say Where This One Will Land
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

Oral argument took place January 21 before the Supreme Court in GE Energy Power Conversion France SAS v.

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Poor Henry Schein. After Seven Years, Still No Arbitration, Even After SCOTUS Victory Earlier this Year
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

Evaluating the parties predispute arbitration agreement (“PDAA”) for delegation of arbitrability after remand from SCOTUS earlier this year,

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Certiorari Granted in Eleventh Circuit Case Holding that Non-Signatory Party Cannot Compel Arbitration Under the NY Convention
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On the Term’s last day, SCOTUS on June 28 granted Certiorari in an arbitration-centric case. As we reported in SAA 2019-15 (Apr.

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