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Asked on: 9/03/13, 12:09 pm

If a business in Hawaii that is legally a Nevada-based corporation wants to force an arbitration with a past employee/board member in California, who has jurisdiction? For instance: There is a supposed contract (signed by only one person) that agrees they will do arbitration in Hawaii. Can the Hawaii business force the California ex-employee/board member come to Hawaii to arbitrate?

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