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ACQUAIRE v. CANADA DRY BOTTLING

November 6, 1995

FRANK ACQUAIRE, et al., Plaintiffs, against CANADA DRY BOTTLING, et al., Defendants.


The opinion of the court was delivered by: GLEESON

 ORDER

 For the reasons stated above, the motion to compel arbitration is granted. The parties to the Distributor's Agreements are directed to submit this multi-faceted dispute to arbitration pursuant to Paragraph 22 of that contract. The motion dated May 3, 1995, to have Canada Dry held in contempt is denied, and the temporary restraining order dated May 3, 1995 is vacated. All other claims and all other pending motions are hereby stayed pending the outcome of the arbitration.

 So Ordered.

 JOHN GLEESON, U.S.D.J.

 Dated: Brooklyn, New York

 November 6, 1995

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