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March 07, 2012


Frederick S. Schwartz

Lex Luther's evil twin is "AT&T" bearing its "class-action ban" shield made of Supreme Court kryptonite.

WARNING - Many "Mandatory Arbitration Clauses" are buried in the agreement and coupled with a prohibition on bringing a class action. While, consumer cases involving larger amounts of money can often be remedied by bringing a personal/individual claim, there are many other smaller claims or instances where consumers are unable to have a remedy without being able to join together and bring a class action.

State consumer protection laws should not be wiped out by federal preemption.

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