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Texas Lawyer comes out next Monday with an article on the 11-5 en banc decision in Positive Software Systems, Inc. v. New Century Mortgage Co., No. 04-11432 (5th Cir. Jan. 18, 2007). (See previous post with link to opinions here.) Too bad you need a subscription to see the article, but you can read a blurb here.
The Global Arbitration Review published its own article on the Fifth Circuit’s ruling — and doesn’t require a subscription!
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Note: I represent a party to the Positive Software v. New Century case.