Law360 recently published an article highlighting an amicus brief to the Supreme Court of Florida in support of arbitration clauses frequently used by large companies. Gunster shareholder William Hill was part of the group that submitted this brief.
In the brief, the Miami International Arbitration Society emphasizes that the majority of courts draft clauses that give arbitrators the power to decide whether to arbitrate a case. Most cases in federal courts and Florida state courts deem it sufficient to include American Arbitration Association (AAA) rules in these arbitration clauses, the group went on to explain.
A seasoned business advocate, litigator and trial lawyer with more than three decades of experience, William Hill continuously strives to resolve complex disputes in and out of court throughout the country. He is the first and only lawyer to be Florida Bar Board Certified in both Business Litigation and International Litigation & Arbitration. William represents businesses in a variety of industries such as banking and financial services, behavioral health and health care, technology, real estate, aviation, manufacturing, retail and government. William has also advised large public companies.