Federal Legislation Rendering Certain Arbitration Clauses Unenforceable

Federal Legislation Rendering Certain Arbitration Clauses Unenforceable

Feb 19, 2008

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Brownstein Client Alert, February 19, 2008
Any business that uses arbitration clauses in employment, consumer and franchise contracts or agreements should be aware that legislation is pending in both the United States House of Representatives and Senate which would render certain pre-dispute arbitration agreements unenforceable. If enacted, such legislation could cause great uncertainty with regard to the method of dispute resolution to be used in certain disputes or claims and could increase litigation expenses for those businesses that utilize arbitration. Click on the pdf to read the Alert.

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