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AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY v. ITALIAN COLORS RESTAURANT

Docket No.: 12-133
Certiorari Granted: Nov 9 2012
Argued: February 27, 2013

Topics:

Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Arbitration, Civil Procedure, Discrimination in Employment, Fair Labor Standards Act, Sherman Act, Truth in Lending, antitrust, preemption

PartyNames: American Express Company, et al. v. Italian Colors Restaurant, et al.
Petitioner: American Express Company, et al.
Respondent: Italian Colors Restaurant, et al.

Court Below: United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Citation: 667 F.3d 204
Supreme Court Docket

American Express Company, et al.
v.
Italian Colors Restaurant, et al.
Question Presented:

Whether the Federal Arbitration Act permits courts, invoking the "federal substantive law of arbitrability," to invalidate arbitration agreements on the ground that they do not permit class arbitration of a federal-law claim.

AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY v. ITALIAN COLORS RESTAURANT
ORAL ARGUMENT

February 27, 2013

Listen to Oral Argument in AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY v. ITALIAN COLORS RESTAURANT

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AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY v. ITALIAN COLORS RESTAURANT
Case Documents

1AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY v. ITALIAN COLORS RESTAURANT Oral Argument Transcript (PDF)
2AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY v. ITALIAN COLORS RESTAURANT Oral Argument Audio
3Slip Opinion in AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY v. ITALIAN COLORS RESTAURANT (Opinion by Justice Antonin Scalia)