ADR in Oregon - eBook on Legal Bases and Procedures for Compelling or Resisting ADR (2019)

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Chapter 10
LEGAL BASES AND PROCEDURES FOR COMPELLING OR RESISTING ADR
Dominic Carollo
Matthew D. Colley
James C. Edmonds
Michael Fuller
Kelly Donovan Jones

§10.1   INTRODUCTION

§10.1-1            Overview
§10.1-2            Claims That Must Be Arbitrated
§10.1-3            Claims That May Be Arbitrated
§10.1-4            Who Decides Arbitrability
§10.1-5            Specifics of an Arbitration Agreement

§10.2   JURISDICTION AND STANDING

§10.2-1            Personal Jurisdiction
§10.2-2            Choice of Forum and Choice of Laws
§10.2-3            Subject-Matter Jurisdiction

§10.3   PROCEDURES TO COMPEL (OR STAY) ARBITRATION

§10.3-1            Under Oregon Law
§10.3-2            In Federal Courts
§10.3-3            Self-Help: Ex Parte Arbitration

§10.4   ARBITRATION AS A DEFENSE TO LEGAL ACTION

§10.4-1            Condition Precedent to Contract Rights
§10.4-2            Abatement and Stays
§10.4-3            Collateral Estoppel Based on Arbitration Award

§10.5   BASES FOR DIRECTING ARBITRATION (ISSUES TRIABLE IN COURT)

§10.5-1            Existence of Contract for Arbitration
§10.5-2            Failure or Refusal to Arbitrate
§10.5-3            Existence of Arbitrable Dispute

§10.6   DEFENSES TO ARBITRATION

§10.6-1            Stay of Arbitration
§10.6-2            Substantive Defenses

§10.7   APPEAL OF ORDER ON PETITION TO ARBITRATE

§10.7-1            Federal Cases
§10.7-2            Oregon Cases

Appendix 10A Abbreviations