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Quinn Gets Dispute With Ex-Partners Bumped To Arbitration

Law360 (April 22, 2019, 2:35 PM EDT) -- The litigators who left Quinn Emanuel last year to launch Selendy & Gay PLLC must go to arbitration to fight a contentious and potentially unenforceable clause in their old partnership agreement, a Manhattan state judge ruled Monday in a victory for the lawyers' former firm. 

A New York state judge found Monday that attorneys who left Quinn Emanuel to launch Selendy & Gay must arbitrate their dispute over a clause in their partnership agreement. (AP) Justice Saliann Scarpulla found that the objections to the clause raised on public policy grounds by the Selendy & Gay partners were significant, but did not preempt...

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