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Does the Modern Arbitration Clause Mean the Death of the Class Action?

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May 20, 2014

A trio of Supreme Court decisions point to the same conclusion: A class action waiver in an arbitration agreement is likely to be upheld, says Troutman Sanders attorney Fletcher W. Paddison. But he cautions that arbitration, from the business-side standpoint, can have potential downsides that should not be overlooked.

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