Consumer credit and sales legal practice series.
Formatted Contents Note
Preliminary issues Threshold issues for challenges to arbitration clauses The federal arbitration act and the preemption of state law Federal limits on the enfoceability of arbitration requirements Formation of agreement to arbitrate Unconscionability and other contract law defenses to arbitration clauses Arbitration clause's applicability to particular claims or parties Waiver of the right to compel arbitration Arbitration of claims on a classwide basis Judicial review and effect of the arbitration award Creditor's use of arbitration to collect consumer debts Appendix A. The Federal Arbitration Act Appendix B. Federal limits on arbitration Appendix C. Rules of the American Arbitration Association.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Updates available online only.
Revised edition of: Bland, F. Paul. Consumer arbitration agreements : enforceability and other topics. 6th Boston : National Consumer Law Center, 2011