Claimant wins $1 million in contract error dispute

An individual entered into a private AAA proceeding concerning a commission dispute with a software company specializing in software as a service solutions for trucking companies and fleets. This matter was significant because it involved whether a party could retroactively alter the terms of a commission agreement on account of a purported unilateral mistake in the agreement. The arbitrator said no, ruled in the individual's favor, and awarded over $1 million in unpaid commissions and interest.

Waller represented the individual in this dispute concerning the commission dispute and contract interpretation.

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