Courts Explore Future of Consumer Class Actions

January 13, 2012
Gary Zhao
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin


This article discusses how state and federal laws regarding class-action suits conflict and affect how a court interprets the validity of arbitration clauses. By analyzing previous rulings, Gary Zhao illustrates how unpredictable court decisions can be when determining if arbitration provisions barring class-action or collective procedures can be enforced.

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