Legal Memorandum: Limitations Period and Action to Compel Arbitration

Issue: Whether a six-month limitations period in section 10(b) of the National Labor Relations Act apply to actions to compel arbitration in every case?

Area of Law: Employee Law, Litigation & Procedure
Keywords: Actions to compel arbitration; Limitations period; National Labor Relations Act
Jurisdiction: Federal
Cited Cases: 820 F.2d 31
Cited Statutes: section 10(b) of the National Labor Relations Act
Date: 11/01/2004


No appellate court decisions, or district court decisions from courts in the Second Circuit, were located that have applied any other limitations period to an action to compel arbitration since the six-month period was adopted in Associated Brickmason Contractors of Greater N.Y. v. Harrington, 820 F.2d 31, 27 (2d Cir. 1987). 


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