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Court asks what it means to ‘agree’ to classwide arbitration

WASHINGTON – For the third time in just four years, the conflict between the desire of plaintiffs to pursue civil claims in a class action format and defendants’ wish to avoid class action litigation through the use of binding arbitration agreements has landed before the U.S. Supreme Court.


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