We live in an age of convenience. From financial transactions to electronic correspondence, we frequently deal with large corporations that provide services in our daily lives. One of the prices we pay for the convenience of these transactions, however, is that our commercial relationships increasingly are based on standard form contracts written by large corporations. While these standard form contracts are necessary to an economically efficient society, the growing use of mandatory arbitration provisions and clauses that prohibit class actions in these contracts raises the spectre of corporate abuse.
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Scholarly Commons Citation
Glover, J. Maria, "Beyond Unconscionability: Class Action Waivers and Mandatory Arbitration Agreements" (2006). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 1876.