On October 18th, the Los Angeles Times reported on S. 987, the Arbitration Fairness Act, which would make consumer, employment, and civil rights arbitration agreements unenforceable, and S. 1652, the Consumer Mobile Fairness Act, which would make arbitration agreements in cell phone contracts unenforceable. Arbitration Agreements.
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Bills would limit mandatory arbitration clauses
- Winston & Strawn LLP
- October 24 2011
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