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.
W. Scott Simpson, Stephen J. Ware & Vickie M. Willard, The Source of Alabama’s Abundance of Arbitration Cases: Alabama’s Bizarre Law of Damages for Mental Anguish, 28 American Journal of Trial Advocacy 135-195 (2004).
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