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American Safety Equipment Corp. v. J. P. Maguire & Co.
United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
391 F.2d 821 (1968)
American Safety Equipment Corporation (American) (plaintiff) filed two declaratory-judgment actions in federal district court against J. P. Maguire & Co., Inc. (Maguire) and Hickok Manufacturing Company, Inc. (Hickok) (defendants), which included several antitrust allegations. Hickok and Maguire moved to compel arbitration, citing an arbitration provision in a licensing agreement signed by the parties. The district court granted a stay of proceedings and compelled arbitration of the antitrust claims. American appealed to the Second Circuit for review.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (Feinberg, J.)
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