A dispute between the makers of “Return of the Texas Chain Saw Massacre” and star Matthew McConaughey over distribution of the movie should go to arbitration, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled April 24.

In deciding the case, the 5th Circuit panel ruled on an issue of first impression concerning whether arbitration could be compelled in a tortious interference case brought by signatories to a contract against non-signatories.

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