Arbitration – Motion to Compel – Nonsignatory – Equitable Estoppel – Securities Trading ContractErichsen v. RBC Capital Markets, LLC Even though neither defendant nor its predecessor signed the risk disclosure statement (RDS) that contains the arbitration clause at issue, since plaintiff signed the RDS, and since plaintiff’s claims are based on the RDS, defendant may enforce the arbitration clause. Defendant’s motion to compel arbitration is granted.
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Published: August 3, 2012
Time posted: 3:58 pm
Tags: Arbitration, Equitable Estoppel, motion to compel, Nonsignatory, Securities Trading Contract