The scene in U.S. District Judge Edward Chen’s courtroom this past week would have been unacceptable to some judges.

Arguments veered off course and left the briefs far behind—at one point neither Chen nor the lawyers could tell which motion was being argued. The lawyers delved into brand-new arbitration case law, some of which threatened to undermine a prior ruling from Chen and force him to reverse himself.

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