The New Jersey Supreme Court held that the defendants’ failure to advance the required fees for arbitration before the American Arbitration Association constituted a material breach of the parties’ agreement, thereby precluding the defendants from enforcing the agreement to arbitrate. Roach v. BM Motoring, LLC, 155 A.3d 985 (N.J. 2017) (No. 077125). The court found that the failure to advance arbitration fees as the arbitral forum requires constitutes a material breach of the arbitration agreement. It also violated standards of good faith and fair dealing, and constituted a breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing. Accordingly, defendants were barred from compelling arbitration, and the plaintiff was entitled to pursue