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Wednesday, November 10, 2010


Gary Merenstein

I don't see how the highest court of the land would allow corporations to interfere with the enforcement of such important public policy. All of these consumer agreements are essentially contracts of adhesion and all corporations will start using the clause at issue in At&T v. Concepcion if the Court does not find for the Concepcions and the class of people that they are representing. Ruling for At&T would give corporations a license to steal small amounts from thousands and millions of people and that is a lot of money. gary merenstein

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