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The Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals won’t budge.  It won't be surprising if its new class arbitration decision winds up before the U.S...

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The U.S. Supreme Court issued its second arbitration decision of the 2011-2012 term this morning, offering more evidence of its strong support of the ...

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Will the Surpeme Court’s view that business may ban class arbitration lead to a wipeout of class actions generally?

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Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer wrote in a dissent that today’s Supreme Court 5-4 opinion striking down the use of a California unconcionability law was a breach of basic federalism principles.

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Tomorrow, Tuesday Nov. 9, the U. S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in AT&T Mobility v. Conception. The case will look at whether the Federal Arbitration Act preempts state unconscionability law where a contract waives consumers’ rights to class actions.

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