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Tuesday, December 07, 2010


I think this is a really bad idea and will cause every consumer contract to prohibit participation in a class action. While businesses may feel that this is necessary to keep costs low, what incentive will they have to behave properly if they can essentially make their actions litigation proof. Many smaller claims will not be able to be addressed as no one will be willing to defend those who are injured by the actions of larger corporations.

David Goldman
Apple Law Firm PLLC
3733 University Blvd West, Suite 212B
Jacksonville, FL 32217

Tel (904) 685-1200 NEW Fax (904) 875-4081

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