In his first majority opinion as a U.S. Supreme Court justice, Brett Kavanaugh on Tuesday issued a pro-arbitration decision that won unanimous support from his new colleagues.

In the case Henry Schein v. Archer and White Sales, the issue was whether the Federal Arbitration Act permits a court to decline to enforce an agreement that delegates arbitrability questions to an arbitrator, if the court finds the arbitrability claim “wholly groundless.”

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