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Thursday, September 06, 2007



that ruleing was a huge setback

Payday Loan Advocate

Thanks for this information. Your blog has a very good discussion and I’m looking forward for more. The United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit has become the latest court to hold that an arbitration clause that contains a waiver of a consumer's right to bring a class action may be unconscionable if its application would effectively prevent consumers from vindicating their rights. This is great because nowadays the increases of illegal activities are rapid. I hope this will help the government to protect and save the people from illegal perpetrators.

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William A. Pannell

Thanks Scott..It was a good day in Atlanta. Of particular interest is that two of the judges on the Panel (Black & Dubina) were also on the panel that decided Jenkins.....

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