A lawyer who sued a student loan company over hidden fees in loan agreements cannot be forced into arbitration and can pursue a class action, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday.

The circuit in Fensterstock v. Affiliated Computer Services, 09-1562-cv, said that the loan agreement’s class action and class arbitration waiver clause was unconscionable and unenforceable.

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