Companies: Residents Fail To Show Arbitration Ruling Should Be Reconsidered

(November 4, 2016, 9:22 AM EDT) -- YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — The hydraulic fracturing companies that won the right to compel arbitration to resolve a royalty payment dispute with leaseholders on Oct. 26 filed a brief in Ohio federal court, contending that the residents’ motion for reconsideration of the District Court’s ruling granting arbitration should be denied because the plaintiffs “come nowhere close” to meeting the standard needed for reconsideration (Hope Christian Fellowship, et al. v. Chesapeake Energy Corporation, et al., No. 15-02275, N.D. Ohio).

(Brief available.  Document #94-161108-013B.)

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