Justin Wolosz and Jesse Siegel on Fee-Shifting Agreements Inside Arbitration Clauses

Appellate Law360

 | February 9, 2016

 | Jesse Siegel and Justin Wolosz

View “Putting Fee-Shifting Agreements Inside Arbitration Clauses.”

Justin Wolosz and Jesse Siegel wrote “Putting Fee-Shifting Agreements Inside Arbitration Clauses,” in Appellate Law360, where they discuss the recent Beacon Towers Condominium Trust v. Alex case.  In the decision, The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court held that a fee award entered against a party for making frivolous arguments and conducting an arbitration in bad faith must be vacated.  The article also appeared in Commercial Contracts Law360 and Real Estate Law360.


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