A law firm that engaged in emergency litigation with a fired partner has not waived its right to arbitrate other disputes with that partner, the Court of Appeals has ruled.

Linda A. Stark withdrew as an equity partner from the small Manhattan firm then known as Molod Spitz DeSantis & Stark in 2000, becoming a contract partner pursuant to an agreement that specified that disputes were to be arbitrated.

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