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Experts Explain the Latest On How to Defeat Arbitration Requirements
The experts at Public Justice and other experienced litigators go beyond the case law with key insights:
- Implications of Supreme Court's Italian Colors and Concepcion rulings and other new Supreme Court cases
- Federal and state statutory limits on arbitration enforceability
- Why high costs and remedy limitations are unconscionable
- Why clauses designating the NAF may now be unenforceable
- Whether an arbitration clause applies to the dispute and parties
- Has a binding arbitration agreement been formed?
- Waiver of right to enforce arbitration agreement.
Other Key Tactics to Respond to Arbitration Clauses
- Right to discovery re arbitration requirement
- Protecting a consumer’s arbitration award of punitive damages
- Judicial review of arbitrator’s award
- Class arbitration still available in a surprising number of cases.
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