Maynard v. CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc.
||H. Brian Maynard
||CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc.
||June 7, 2016
||US District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky
||Gregory F. VanTatenhove
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|September 11, 2018
MEMORANDUM OPINION & ORDER: 1. Motion to Compel Arbitration 71 is GRANTED;2. Motion to Dismiss 73 is DENIED;3. The Liquidator is hereby COMPELLED to resolve her claims in arbitration;4. Pursuant to 9 U.S.C. § 3,further proceedings in th is matter are STAYED pending arbitration; and5. The State Court matter, insofar as it relates to the claims between the Liquidator and CGI Technologies & Solutions, Inc., is STAYED pending arbitration. Signed by Judge Gregory F. VanTatenhove on 9/11/2018.(CBD)cc: COR (Main Document 92 replaced on 9/11/2018) (CBD).
|January 3, 2017
MEMORANDUM OPINION & ORDER: 1. Maynard's Motion to Remand 18 is DENIED; and 2. Within twenty-one (21) days from the date of entry of this order, the parties SHALL FILE additional briefing, not to exceed fifteen (15) pages in length, on t he limited issues of: a. Whether the Kentucky IRLL and Ky. Rev. Stat. § 304.33-010(6) allow enforcement of the ASA Article 7 "Dispute Resolution" Arbitration agreement; and/or b. Whether the FAA can apply in light of the parties &quo t;Governing Law" Agreement that restricts the Court to the laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky; and/or c. Any relevant argument the parties wish to raise within the prescribed page limit that specifically addresses choice of law. Signed by Judge Gregory F. VanTatenhove on 1/3/2017.(CBD)cc: COR
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