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26th Street Hospitality v. Real Builders, et al.

Docket No. 20150259
Oral Argument: Monday, January 4, 2016 10:45am

Docket Info

Title
26th Hospitality, LLP, Plaintiff and Appellant
v.
Real Builders, Inc.; Joel J. Feist,
individually and as Managing Partner
of 26th Street Hospitality, LLP;
Joeleon Holdings, LLP; and Solid, LLC, Defendants
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Real Builders, Inc.; Joel J. Feist,
individually and as Managing Partner
of 26th Street Hospitality, LLP;
Joeleon Holdings, LLP, Appellees
Case Type
CIVIL APPEAL : OTHER (Civil)
Appeal From
Case No. 2013-CV-02544
South Central Judicial District, Burleigh County
Bruce A. Romanick
2016 ND 95879 N.W.2d 437
Oral Argument 1/4/2016

Highlight

Under the Federal Arbitration Act, the court is required to determine the validity of an arbitration agreement before arbitration may be ordered, but only if a party specifically challenges the arbitration provision.
Arbitrability is an issue for judicial determination unless the parties clearly and unmistakably provide otherwise.
A nonsignatory to an arbitration agreement may compel arbitration if a signatory raises allegations of substantially interdependent and concerted misconduct by both the nonsignatory and one or more signatories to the contract.


Briefs

Filing Date Description
10/21/2015 APPELLANT BRIEF (PDF) View
11/24/2015 APPELLEE BRIEF (PDF) View
12/07/2015 REPLY BRIEF View

Counsel

Party Type Name
APPELLANT PRIVATE PRACTICE Bradley Neuman Wiederholt - 06354
APPELLEE PRIVATE PRACTICE Not Licensed in ND - 00002
APPELLEE PRIVATE PRACTICE Matthew Thomas Collins - 07295
APPELLANT PRIVATE PRACTICE Randall Joseph Bakke - 03898

(Note: Attachments may not be available for recently filed cases and/or confidential documents.)

Seq. # Filing Date Description Attachment
1 09/04/2015 NOTICE OF APPEAL : 09/04/2015
2 09/08/2015 Rec'd $125 filing fee (receipt #23816)
3 09/08/2015 NOT. OF FILING NOT. OF APPEAL AND PROOF OF SERV.
4 09/08/2015 Notice served on Randall Bakke, Julia J. Douglass and Matthew T. Collins
5 10/08/2015 ELEC. RECORD ON APPEAL DATED OCTOBER 7, 2015 (ENTRY NOS.1-203)
6 10/09/2015 MOT. EXT/TIME APPELLANT BRIEF
7 10/09/2015 E-FILED MOTION
8 10/09/2015 ACTION BY SUPREME COURT - Granted : 10/21/2015
9 10/21/2015 APPELLANT BRIEF (PDF) View
10 10/21/2015 E-FILED BRIEF (PDF)
11 10/21/2015 APPELLANT APPENDIX
12 10/21/2015 E-FILED APPENDIX
13 10/23/2015 Rec'd $25 e-filing surcharge for ATB and $174 for ATA over page limit
14 10/27/2015 Rec'd 7 copies of ATB and 6 copies of ATA from Central Duplicating
15 11/20/2015 Received non-compliant Appellee Brief - OVER WORD LIMIT
16 11/20/2015 APPELLEE APPENDIX (PDF)
17 11/20/2015 E-FILED APPENDIX
18 11/23/2015 Received $25 AEB e-filing surcharg and $56 overage fee for AEA (Receipt #24099 & 24100)
19 11/24/2015 Received compliant Appellee's Brief (Word Count)
20 11/24/2015 APPELLEE BRIEF (PDF) View
21 11/24/2015 E-FILED BRIEF (PDF)
22 11/30/2015 Received 7 copies of the AEB from Central Duplicating
23 11/30/2015 Received 6 copies of the AEA from Central Duplicating
24 12/07/2015 REPLY BRIEF View
25 12/07/2015 E-FILED BRIEF
26 12/10/2015 Rec'd 7 copies of RYB from Central Duplicating
27 12/17/2015 NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT SENT
28 01/04/2016 APPEARANCES: Randall J. Bakke; Bradley N. Wiederholt; Matthew Thomas Collins
29 01/04/2016 ARGUED: Randall J. Bakke; Matthew Thomas Collins
30 01/04/2016 ORAL ARGUMENT WEBCAST
31 05/26/2016 DISPOSITION
32 05/26/2016 UNANIMOUS OPINION : Kapsner, Carol Ronning View
33 05/26/2016 costs on appeal taxed in favor of Appellees
34 05/27/2016 Judgment Sent to Parties
35 06/01/2016 MOTION TO ISSUE MANDATE
36 06/01/2016 E-FILED MOTION
37 06/03/2016 ACTION BY CHIEF JUSTICE - Granted
38 06/03/2016 MANDATE