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Friday, September 29, 2017


Gregory Gauthier

My favorite paragraph of the complaint is 140, which claims irreparable harm because if the arbitration rule is allowed to go into effect and is then annulled, consumers "may be more willing to opt out of arbitration agreements." I guess this indicates what the financial industry really thinks about opt-out clauses.

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