Wednesday, October 5, 2016

She'll Have to Wait.

Young v. REMX, Inc. No. A143786 (D1d5 Aug. 17, 2016) 

The denial of a motion to compel arbitration is immediately appealable. See Code Civ. Proc. § 1294(a). But an order granting a motion to compel isn’t. And—as the court here explains—an order that stays certain non-arbitrable claims while a compelled arbitration is pending isn’t immediately appealable either. Just like with a grant of a motion to compel, the decision to stay can be addressed and challenged at the end of the road, once a final judgment is entered. There’s no good reason to jump the gun.

Appeal dismissed.

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