Finally, a Federal District Court rejects an arbitration clause

October 4, 2013 by

Class Actions Practice Area urlPaul Bland from Public Justice reports on a federal district court case from Nevada where the district judge held that a hidden arbitration clause used by Zappos was unenforceable.

Here is the link.  http://publicjustice.net/blog/nevada-federal-court-strikes-down-egregiously-unfair-and-hidden-arbitration-clause

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