In re Arbitration btwn Acadia & Irving

In re Arbitration btwn Acadia & Irving - extend the...

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Page: 279 Class Notes Case: Court / Date: Judge: Facts: Issue: Holding: Rule: Ct. of App. NY (1960) Acadia Co. had employed D from July 1957 to Jan 1958 pursuant to a written employment agreement. In July ’58, agreement was extended 6 mos. orally. Early termination resulted in this suit. Special term denied motion to compel arbitration reasoning that the arbitration clause in the original written agreement had expired despite the oral agreement to
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Unformatted text preview: extend the contract. Ct. of appeals reversed the order stating that the oral extension of the contract was valid because it was based on identical terms of the written agreement. Whether the an extension of an employment contract need by in writing to be enforceable if no terms of the original agreement are changed. No, an oral extension is a good extension....
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