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Justices: Contract’s validity for arbitrator to decide

The Oklahoma Supreme Court failed to follow the substantive law of the Federal Arbitration Act when it declared the noncompetition agreements in two employment contracts null and void, rather than leaving that determination to the arbitrator in the first instance, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in a per curiam decision.
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