Calif. Justices Make Deal Unconscionability A Tough Sell

By Erin Coe (August 3, 2015, 11:36 PM EDT) -- The California Supreme Court on Monday found that a car buyer can't avoid an arbitration agreement with a class waiver merely by complaining after the fact that the deal was unfair, a post-Concepcion ruling attorneys say is likely to make it harder for consumers to show an arbitration agreement is unconscionable and that may prove useful to employers in contract fights with workers....

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