Drowning in the Wake of Concepcion: How to Protect Small Claims Plaintiffs Bound by Mandatory Arbitration Agreements

By Todd Seaman

We live in an age in which standard form contracts written by big businesses are a common feature of our commercial relationships. Wireless phone companies, cable providers, and a bourgeoning array of consumer product companies routinely impose binding pre-dispute arbitration agreements on consumers, whereby consumers are required to arbitrate, rather than litigate, future disputes. . . . Read More