Personal Injury Blog

Mandatory Arbitration Clauses

Mandatory Arbitration Clauses WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is seeking comments on proposed rules that would prohibit mandatory arbitration clauses that deny groups of consumers their day in court. Many consumer financial products like credit cards and bank accounts have contract gotchas that generally prevent consumers from joining together to […]

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Breach of Contract Rules

Breach of Contract Rules People can be unreliable; hence the existence of contracts. Contract law exists so that the parties who enter into agreement with one another can count on the performances promised, and do not find themselves in a lurch because of a defaulting promisor. Modern business would be virtually impossible without the legally binding force […]

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Attention Farmers and Corn Producers! Now is the time to sign-up for GMO Corn Litigation!

Attention Farmers and Corn Producers! Now is the time to sign-up for GMO Corn Litigation! China rejected the first load of corn from the United States on November 18, 2013 and imposed a full embargo the next January, which was over two years ago. The loss of China as a major importer caused farmers billions […]

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