Last month, the North Carolina Court of Appeals struck down an arbitration clause for being inflexible about the arbitrators to be used. (See “Arbitration agreement proved too specific,” NLCW Jan. 28.) On Feb. 5, vagueness was in vogue at the court as it upheld an arbitration clause in a different case against claims that it was too vague to be enforceable.
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