The court rejected a plaintiff’s contention that the lack of success that other plaintiffs have had in arbitrating similar claims makes an arbitration clause unconscionable or ineffective.  Harris v. TD Ameritrade, Inc., No. 14-CV-0046 (E.D. Tenn. Jan. 5, 2015).  Plaintiff did not point to any particular language or provision of the arbitration agreement which was unfair or inequitable.  Rather, he focused on the lack of success that other plaintiffs have had in arbitrating similar claims.  The court found that simply because other plaintiffs have been unsuccessful in arbitrating similar claims with a particular defendant is not a ground for invalidating the arbitration agreement.