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In Schnuerle v. Insight Communications Co., ___ S.W.3d ___ (Ky. Dec. 16, 2010), the Supreme Court of Kentucky struck down a no-class-action arbitration clause as unconscionable under Kentucky law.
Among other authorities, the opinion relied on two of our own Supreme Court's leading decisions, Vasquez and Discover Bank.
Posted by Kimberly A. Kralowec at 05:00 AM in Class actions - arbitration | Permalink
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