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: Florida Arbitration Law

Motion to Stay Litigation Pending Outcome of Arbitration

By Christopher B. Hopkins, Esq.

Tangential to the motion to compel arbitration is the motion to stay litigation pending the outcome of arbitration. We mentioned this back in 2006 in a Florida federal court order in Hudson Global Resource Management v. Beck et al. The same court has re-visited the issue with a November 2007 order in Gerd Petrik v. Reliant Pharmaceuticals, Inc. The facts are fairly lengthy, but essentially Petrik owns the trademark for a heart medication, Rythmol, which is licensed to Abbott GmbH & Co. read more

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Full post as published by Florida Arbitration Law on January 16, 2008 (boomark / email).

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