With the law on the validity of consumer contract waiver provisions seemingly all but settled (or is it?), this article will provide an overview of the advantages of using these waivers, a summary of the relevant law, including recent Supreme Court decisions, and some thoughts on the continued viability of blanket arbitration clauses and class action waivers.
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