The ping-pong match between the Second Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the enforceability of arbitration provisions continues. The Second Circuit reaffirmed its decision that the class action waiver provision contained in the contracts between American Express and merchants is unenforceable under the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA), because enforcement of the clause would as a… Continue Reading
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