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Stolt-Nielsen S.A. v. AnimalFeeds International Corp.

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08-1198 2d Cir. Dec 9, 2009
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Apr 27, 2010 5-3 Alito OT 2009

Holding: Parties may sometimes settle disputes through arbitration, rather than litigation. When the dispute involves numerous similarly-situated individuals, a few individuals may conduct the arbitration on behalf of the larger groups (similar to a class action lawsuit). Here, the Court ruled that that class action arbitration is permitted only if all the parties specifically agree to it.

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