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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

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Gregory Gauthier

Apparently, JAMS was so fed up with logistical issues arising from inmate arbitrations with JPay that they told JPay to remove them from their arbitration clauses. This is according to a letter filed in Kensu v. JPay, Inc. (E.D. Mich), ECF 29-1, after JAMS declined to hear Kensu's arbitration. https://www.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.mied.328598/gov.uscourts.mied.328598.29.1.pdf. According to JPay, they have now switched to AAA, (ECF 29 at 5) although their clause doesn't appear in the AAA's Consumer Clause Registry.

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