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Schnuerle v. Insight Communications: Kentucky Supreme Court Rejects “Vindication of Statutory Rights” Challenge To Agreements To Arbitrate On An Individual Basis

27 August 2012
Mayer Brown's Class Defense Blog

In Schnuerle v. Insight Communications (pdf), the Kentucky Supreme Court joins a number of other courts in rejecting a key argument that the plaintiffs’ bar has been making in the wake of AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion (pdf)—that arbitration agreements with class waivers should not be enforced whenever the plaintiff is able to persuade a court that it would not be feasible to vindicate his or her statutory claims on an individual basis because of the alleged cost of proving those claims.

Read the entire post on Mayer Brown's Class Defense Blog.

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