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Thursday, August 05, 2010

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This is very interesting, though I'm not onto this topic.

Theresa Henige Oland

I'm both shocked and dismayed by what you outline here. I'm familiar with your arbitration work and the recent court decision, but I had no idea that class action bans were often included in contract language as well. Is there anything a consumer like myself can do? Has this been in the press? There must be other consumers outraged by this attempt, but I suspect this needs to be fought in the legal courts, not in the court of public opinion.

Exterior Window Shutters

Wow... why does it take so long for the Supreme Court to issue a decision on such things... are they that backed up or does it take that much time for motions, etc?

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