GlobalOne Mgm’t Grp. Ltd. v. Tempus Applied Sols. LLC

Parties to a contract agreed therein to arbitrate whether their dispute was arbitrable.

The plaintiff’s tort claims are sufficiently related to the agreement such that the defendant’s demand to arbitrate these claims is not frivolous. Similarly, the defendants’ request to arbitrate claims against a third party is not frivolous in this case because such claims are arguably within the scope of the arbitration clause. Finally, the plaintiff’s claims do not seek interlocutory relief falling under the agreement’s arbitration exemption.

Motion to compel arbitration granted.

GlobalOne Mgm’t Grp. Ltd. v. Tempus Applied Sols. LLC, No. 4:18cv59, Dec. 7, 2018. EDVA at Newport News (Doumar).



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