A New York state court judge ruled in favor of Nixon Peabody on Wednesday and rejected an effort by five former partners now at DLA Piper to halt arbitration proceedings in a dispute over bonuses distributed before they left the firm.

Justice Jennifer Schecter sided with Nixon Peabody’s argument that arbitrators, rather than courts, are responsible for determining whether the conditions allowing for an arbitration to move forward have been met.

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