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Tag Archives: U.S. Supreme Court

California Supreme Court Invalidates Arbitration Clause

Once again, the California Supreme Court has waded into the arbitration thicket.  This time, the Court found unenforceable an arbitration clause that prohibited a consumer from seeking injunctive relief on behalf of the public, not just in the arbitration, but in any forum whatsoever.  If nothing else, this latest decision highlights the dangers of over-reaching […]

Jurisdiction Over Corporations Quietly Restricted – Probably For Good

In a major, although widely unappreciated shift, the United States Supreme Court has significantly restricted the ability of courts to exercise jurisdiction over corporations.  This change reduces the likelihood that a corporation has to appear in a court to answer for alleged conduct that has little to do with their operations in that state.  No […]