EXEC'S STOCK DISPUTE GOES TO ARBITRATION, NOT COURT, BOARD SAYS James v. Furman | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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EXEC'S STOCK DISPUTE GOES TO ARBITRATION, NOT COURT, BOARD SAYS James v. Furman

19 No. 6 ANDECLR 6Andrews Delaware Corporate Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

EXEC'S STOCK DISPUTE GOES TO ARBITRATION, NOT COURT, BOARD SAYS James v. Furman

19 No. 6 ANDECLR 6Andrews Delaware Corporate Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

19 No. 6 Andrews Del. Corp. Litig. Rep. 6
Andrews Delaware Corporate Litigation Reporter
*1 September 27, 2004
Arbitration
Copyright © 2004 West, a Thomson business.

EXEC'S STOCK DISPUTE GOES TO ARBITRATION, NOT COURT, BOARD SAYS

James v. Furman

Briefs and Other Related Documents
In an unusual case that highlights the conflict over the scope of arbitration clauses in executives' employment contracts, the directors of Greenbrier Cos. argue that a suit by their chairman over his stock rights must be arbitrated. The chairman's...
(Defendants' Opening Brief in Support of Their Motion to Dismiss or Stay Proceedings in Favor of Arbitration), Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit (September 15, 2004)
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