Judge Compels Arbitration Of Seaman's Injury Claims Against Carnival

Judge Compels Arbitration Of Seaman's Injury Claims Against Carnival

MIAMI - A Florida federal judge on Oct. 2 granted a cruise line's motion to compel arbitration of a seaman's injury-related claims, finding that the worker failed to show that an arbitration clause in his employment contract was against public policy (Aleixo Estibeiro v. Carnival Corp., No. 12-22713, S.D. Fla.; 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 143058).

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