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Website Arbitration Clauses

In a recent U.S. Eastern District decision, the court compelled arbitration of a dispute based on language contained in the Terms of Use on an Internet access provider's website. The language contained an operative arbitration clause that the court found binding on the plaintiffs. Plaintiffs claimed the clause was not apparent to them and therefore they never provided any consent to arbitrate.

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In a recent U.S. Eastern District decision, the court compelled arbitration of a dispute based on language contained in the Terms of Use on an Internet access provider’s website. The language contained an operative arbitration clause that the court found binding on the plaintiffs. Plaintiffs claimed the clause was not apparent to them and therefore they never provided any consent to arbitrate.

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