Arbitration provisions are now commonplace in consumer contracts. Consumers can choose to pursue arbitration and waive their right to sue in court, but should know that they are making that choice. An arbitration clause, like any contractual clause providing for the waiver of a constitutional or statutory right, must state its purpose clearly and unambiguously. In choosing...
ATALESE v. U.S. LEGAL SERV. GROUP
99 A.3d 306 (2014)
219 N.J. 430
Patricia ATALESE, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. U.S. LEGAL SERVICES GROUP, L.P., Defendant-Respondent.
Supreme Court of New Jersey.https://leagle.com/images/logo.png
Argued April 9, 2014.
Decided September 23, 2014.
Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Thomas M. Barron Moorestown, argued the cause for respondent.
Jed L. Marcus , Florham Park, submitted a brief on behalf of amicus curiae Pacific Legal Foundation (Bressler, Amery & Ross, attorneys; Mr. Marcus and Deborah J. La Fetra , a member of the California and Arizona bars, on the brief).
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