While the right to a jury of our peers has long since been deemed the great equalizer between the might of Corporate America and the grievances of consumers, corporate counsel have creatively engineered the landscape by deploying mandatory arbitration clauses in the boilerplate consumer terms of use.

However, due to an emerging trend of narrowing the scope and reach of arbitration, Corporate America may need to consider revisiting the engineering of its protective shield.

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