Here is the petition in Treppa v. Hengle:
- Whether a court can invalidate an agreement to have an arbitrator resolve questions of arbitrability (a “delegation clause”) based on the court’s interpretation of a separate choice-of-law provision.
- Whether sovereign immunity bars private plaintiffs from suing tribal government officials, in their official
capacities, for alleged violations of state law
Lower court materials here.
Here is the petition in a related case, Asner v. Hengle:
Can a federal court refuse to enforce the delegation clause of an arbitration agreement on the ground that a choice-of-law provision applicable to the arbitration agreement as a whole prospectively waives federal rights?
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