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Fraud in the Execution of a Contract as a Basis for Litigating Rather than Arbitrating Disputes - JAA 2004 Vol. 3, No. 1

 
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Author: Charles J. Schoenwetter
Page Count: 24
Published: July 2011
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ARTICLES

Fraud in the Execution of a Contract as a
Basis for Litigating Rather than Arbitrating
Disputes

By Charles J. Schoenwetter

I. INTRODUCTION
A liberal policy favoring arbitration exists in federal court—
particularly in cases where the parties have a signed writing that includes
an arbitration clause.1 Nonetheless, an exception to the general rule
requiring arbitration exists when a party alleges and proves fraud in the

 

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Charles J. Schoenwetter, Mr. Schoenwetter is an attorney with Bowman and Brooke L.L.P. in
Minneapolis, Minnesota, concentrating in the areas of business and construction
litigation and products liability as well as appellate practice.

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