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Individualized Injuctions and Non-Modification Terms: Challenging “Anti-Reform” Provisions in Arbitration Clauses

BY MYRIAM GILLES, 69 U. Miami L. Rev. 469 (2015). Introduction: Maybe you’ve heard, the United States Supreme Court has been on a bit of a pro-arbitration tear recently, upholding ever-more draconian dispute resolution clauses inserted in standard-form contracts against all sorts of legal and policy-based challenges. The most recent cases to arrive at the Court […]