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Nonparty Discovery & the Federal Arbitration Act

By Mitchell L. Marinello & John Haarlow Jr.
November
2021
Article
, Page 34
Parties in federal arbitration can subpoena information from nonparties, but there are significant limitations—limitations that sometimes can be overcome.

Recovering Attorney Fees for Defending Frivolous Claims

By Monte L. Mann & John Haarlow Jr.
September
2012
Article
, Page 474
There are two routes to attorney fees for defending frivolous claims - a motion for Rule 137 sanctions and, rarely, a malicious prosecution claim. Here's a look at both.

Nonparty Discovery Under the Federal Arbitration Act

By Mitchell L. Marinello & John Haarlow Jr.
September
2010
Article
, Page 476
The Federal Arbitration Act places sharp limits on a party's ability to obtain information from a nonparty, but it can be done. Here's a guide.

Departing Executives and the Wage Payment Act

By Richard L. Miller & John Haarlow Jr.
March
2008
Article
, Page 138
The Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act can be a powerful tool for departing executives who haven t been properly compensated.

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