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  1. Hello! I am being sued by American Express for a small business credit card that I opened with my personal credit. They just filed two lawsuits: one against myself and the LLC in the county where the business is, and one against me personally in the county where I live. I am going to file a Motion to Compel arbitration for both cases. The question is: should I file 1 Demand for Arbitration to JAMS and list two claimants, or should I file two separate demands, one from the business and one from me? I am not sure if the business one would still be a "consumer arbitration"? Than
  2. What if a motion to compel and a motion to stay proceeding pending arbitration conflict with each other if filed in the same motion. Example: Motion to compel or in the alternate stay the proceedings.