Carlos F. Concepcion of Shook, Hardy & Bacon has stepped into a U.S. Supreme Court battle on behalf of the Miami International Arbitration Society.
The Miami attorney filed an amicus brief in a case that asks what to do when one litigant is bound by a contract compelling arbitration, but the other is not.
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