Consumer Arbitration Clause Enforcement: A Balanced Legislative Response
American Business Law Journal, 47(3) pp. 463 - 411 (2010)
published: 2010 | Research publication | Journal
In the wake of conflicting judicial psotions on consumer arbitration clause enforcement, legislation is being enacted to protect consumers. Unfortunately, statutes in Canada and the United States leave many gaps and unanswered questions. This article reviews the deficiences in the Canadian and U.S. statutory models and recommends a comprehensive legislative approach developed after examination of other foreign legislation.
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