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L.A. Fitness building. Photo: Olga V Kulakova/Shutterstock.com The plaintiff in a personal injury case against LA Fitness alleged parts of the electronic contract he signed waiving his rights to sue were obscured by a pop-up signature window. Photo: Olga V Kulakova/Shutterstock.com

The Fourth District Court of Appeal has reversed a summary judgment for national gym chain Fitness International LLC—known as LA Fitness—ordering the trial court to decide whether a pop-up window on a computer tablet prevented the plaintiff in a personal injury case from reading an exculpatory clause in his contract.

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Raychel Lean

Raychel Lean reports on South Florida litigation for the Daily Business Review. Send an email to rlean@alm.com, or follow her on Twitter via @raychellean.

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