On September 7th, the Eleventh Circuit addressed the effect that an amended complaint has on the waiver of the right to compel arbitration, an issue of first impression within that circuit. The instant plaintiff filed a putative class action complaint stemming from her lender's decision to freeze her home equity line of credit. The Court held that the plaintiff's amendment of that complaint to significantly expand the proposed class revived the lender's right to compel arbitration in accordance with the loan's terms, notwithstanding its previous waiver of that right. Krinsk v. SunTrust Banks, Inc.