Washington Post reports that choice of law provisions in the small print in contracts guts key laws

March 1, 2016 by

fine printThe Washington Post wrote a very interesting article about how corporations are using small print in contracts to insert choice of law clauses that allow them to evade laws designed to protect employees and consumers.

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