The case of the day is Outokumpu Stainless USA, LLC v. Converteam SAS (11th Cir. 2018). Outokumpu had a steel factory in Alabama. Its predecessor in interest had a contract with a firm called Fives to buy three cold rolling mills for use in the factory. The contract had an agreement to arbitrate requiring arbitration in Düsseldorf under the ICC Rules. Fives subcontracted with GE Energy Conversion France SAS to provide motors for use in the mills. The motors failed, and Outokumpu sued GE in the Alabama state court. GE removed the case to the District Court and moved to dismiss and compel arbitration. The court denied Outokumpu’s motion to remand and granted GE’s motion to compel, and Outokumpu appealed.