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Court Of Chancery Upholds Duty To Arbitrate Of Alter Ego

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Legend National Gas II Holdings LP v. Hargis, C.A. 7213-VCP (September 28, 2012)

When a non-party to a contract is still bound by its arbitration provision is surprisingly often litigated. This decision reviews the past law and reiterates that a non-party may need to arbitrate when it is the alter ego of the a party that agreed to the arbitration clause, such as a successor partnership.

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