Class action arbitrations may soon be confined to the ash heap of history because of a divided U.S. Supreme Court ruling on April 27.
A 5-4 majority, led by Justice Antonin Scalia, held that the Federal Arbitration Act trumps a California rule invalidating as “unconscionable” a class action waiver provision in a cellphone arbitration agreement.
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