Finnish Co. Can’t Dodge Arbitration With Rogge Dunn Group Client Over Engine Failure

Two Dallas arbitration attorneys of Rogge Dunn Group PC, Rogge Dunn and Brian P. Shaw, have another success story to share. A Texas federal judge has ruled in their favor for their client, Hartford Steam Boiler, when Finnish Manufacturer Wärtsilä North America Inc. attempted to circumvent an arbitration agreement following an explosion of faulty equipment. Wärtsilä claimed that the arbitrators did not have jurisdiction to hear the dispute, but after review of all legal documents, Dunn and Shaw have successfully defended their client to receive the desired outcome.

By Christopher Crosby
Law360
Published August 16, 2018

Law360 has reported that a Texas Federal judge refused to break up arbitration launched by a client of Rogge Dunn Group over a malfunctioning power plant engine.

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