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In our nation, there has been discussion on whether arbitration rules should take precedence over other laws for a total of 106 years. The question of whether or not an arbitration clause precludes legal action under a particular statute has been raised in a number of cases before the courts. A fundamental rule of law is that a particular statute takes precedence over a generic one. The courts in our nation have, however, placed a strong focus on arbitration as a different kind of dispute resolution mechanism and have repeatedly chosen arbitration over litigation as a course of action.