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Burge, Richards Publish Article on SOLs and Arbitration

By September 1, 2015September 20th, 2017News

Fishman Haygood Partner Jason Burge and Associate Lara K. Richards recently published an article in the PIABA Bar Journal discussing the applicability of statutes of limitation in arbitral forms.

The article titled “Crafting an Argument that Statutes of Limitations Do Not Apply in Arbitration” provides litigators with practical tools for arguing that statutes of limitation only apply in state and federal court proceedings and not in arbitrations.

The PIABA Bar Journal article is the latest in a series of articles that Jason and Lara have published dealing with various issues surrounding the arbitrability of disputes. The article can be found at 22 No. 1 PIABA B.J. 31 (2015).


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