Justices Say Arbitration Orders Are Final and Appealable as of That Date

N.J. Law Journal reports:

Orders compelling or denying arbitration are final for purposes of appeal, even if the litigation continues for other parties, the state Supreme Court ruled Wednesday. The unanimous Court warned that “as of today, litigants and lawyers in New Jersey are on notice” that the time for appeal starts from the date the order is entered. The justices also offered amendments to Court rules to implement its decision in GMAC v. Pittella v. Pine Belt Enterprises Inc., A-15-10. The Court also noted that the finality of such orders was in keeping with the Uniform Arbitration Act’s purpose of promoting expeditious arbitration.


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I retired from the private practice of law after a 35-year legal career and fight parking tickets for people like you and me. I love sharing valuable information and beating NYC parking tickets for the driving community in NYC

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