M. Miller Baker was quoted on March 3 in Law360 regarding the Arthur Anderson LLP et al. v. Wayne Carlisle et al., 08-146, in the U.S. Supreme Court. The appeal was brought by Arthur Anderson LLP and others on the issue of whether a litigant not party to an arbitration agreement can appeal a federal court decision refusing to stay the litigation pending arbitration. Mr. Baker, who represented Arthur Anderson in the appeal, "said the courts have long recognized that litigants who are not party to an arbitration agreement but are 'otherwise entitled to enforce the agreement' are able to seek and obtain stays under Section 3. Under that section, litigation must be stayed if the issue in suit is 'referable to arbitration under such an agreement.'"