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Does ‘right to sue’ prevent mandatory arbitration clause?

WASHINGTON – At oral arguments Tuesday, the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court expressed skepticism that a “right to sue” provision in a federal consumer credit statute prevents credit card companies from enforcing mandatory pre-dispute arbitration clauses with its customers.

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Credit report claims surge

Cases filed under the Fair Credit Reporting Act because of erroneous entries in a consumer’s credit report are increasing. Cases filed under the Fair Credit Reporting Act because of erroneous entries in a consumer’s credit report are increasing. “These are becoming increasingly common and are magnified by the downfall in the economy,” said Tom Stubbs, a sole practitioner in Decatur, Ga. who specializes in consumer law.

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