Don Drennen Motor Co.,Inc. v. William B. McClung

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Don Drennen Motor Co., Inc. ("Drennen"), an automobile dealership, appealed a Jefferson Circuit Court order requiring it to pay the costs of arbitration stemming from an action filed by one of Drennen's former employees, William B. McClung. Upon review, the Supreme Court found that the circuit court's decision "is due to be reversed insofar as it orders Drennen to pay the entire costs of arbitration." The arbitration agreement provided that the parties must "share equally the costs, fees and expenses incurred by arbitration." The Court remanded the case for further proceedings. View "Don Drennen Motor Co.,Inc. v. William B. McClung" on Justia Law