31 William Mitchell Law Review 579 (2004-2005)
This note first gives a brief overview of arbitration use in the United States. It then discusses the Onvoy decision and provides an analysis of the Minnesota Supreme Court’s ruling. Finally, the note concludes that the court’s holding properly weighs Minnesota’s strong presumption in favor of arbitration against the need to allow access to the courts.
Johnson, Mikel D.
"Case Note: Contracts—Into the Void: Minnesota Limits Application of the Prima Paint Doctrine—Onvoy, Inc. v. SHAL, LLC,"
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, Article 8.
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