The Source of Alabama's Abundance of Arbitration Cases: Alabama's Bizarre Law of Damages for Mental Anguish

62 Pages Posted: 21 Sep 2006

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Stephen J. Ware

University of Kansas - School of Law

Abstract

This Article gives an overview of arbitration litigation in Alabama, including the evolution of mental anguish jurisprudence in contract cases, especially with regard to the automobile and home industries; a proposal to bring Alabama law in line with controlling authorities through substantive and procedural reforms; and an appendix listing a decade of arbitration cases decided by Alabama appellate courts.

Suggested Citation

Ware, Stephen J., The Source of Alabama's Abundance of Arbitration Cases: Alabama's Bizarre Law of Damages for Mental Anguish. American Journal of Trial Advocacy, Vol. 28, 2004. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=931713

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