The lessons learned from Justice Kapnick`s decision are that parties who enter into multiple agreements with different companies in a single transaction are expected to read and understand the differences between the parties to those agreements and the provisions contained in those agreements, given that the New York courts will enforce them strictly. Second, what is the law applicable to arbitration? Does Colorado law, particularly the Colorado Uniform Arbitration Act, apply? Or does the Federal Arbitration Act apply? If so, spell it clearly. Judge Kapnick granted the application for breach of the company agreement. Kapnick J.A. thus rejected the applicant`s argument that LLC cannot impose arbitration because it is not in fact a party to the company agreement. It considered that LLCs could take legal action to enforce provisions in their own company agreements, even if they were not always parties to those agreements (their members are). Kapnick J. also stated that the claimant`s allegation that the company agreement had been fraudulent was a question put to the arbitrator and could not serve as a basis for dismissing the forced claim. A “Mary Carter” agreement is an agreement between a plaintiff and one or more, but. In the complaint filed in the complaint filed against her former employer, a subsidiary of her former employer and LLC, for which she had served as a senior executive.