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When A Request For An Injunction Does Not Preempt Arbitration

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Shareholder Representative Services LLC v. ExlService Holdings Inc., C.A. 8367-VCG (August 27, 2013)

Arbitration clauses often have an exemption for suits for injunctive relief. Yet just asking for an injunction in the complaint may not avoid the need to arbitrate, as this decision holds. Apparently, when the injunction is just to enforce the terms of the contract and not to prevent irreparable harm, the claim must still go to arbitration.

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