Category Archives: unconscionability

Consumers can’t be forced to use nonexistent arbitration proceeding

Jackson v. Payday Financial, LLC, No. 12-2617 (7th Cir. Aug. 22, 2014) The Seventh Circuit reversed the district court’s holding that it could not hear consumer claims against payday lenders doing business from a tribal location. Martin Webb was an … Continue reading

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