Liz Kramer

Liz Kramer

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Beyond the Headlines Part I: What The New CFPB Report Teaches Us About Arbitration Clauses

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released an “Arbitration Study” exceeding 700 pages to Congress this week.  You have likely heard the headlines – most commentators assume that the CFPB will use the study to support...more

3/12/2015 - American Arbitration Association Arbitration CFPB Consumer Financial Products Contract Drafting Loan Agreements

CFPB’s Preliminary Report: Financial Consumers Can Only Avoid Arbitration By Using A Credit Union

Say it’s twenty degrees below zero outside, and you’d already seen boiling water turn into “snow” immediately upon making contact with the air, what would you do next? Assuming you were all caught up on your Words With...more

1/8/2014 - American Arbitration Association Arbitration Banking Sector CFPB Class Arbitration Contract Drafting Credit Unions Dispute Resolution Dodd-Frank Financial Companies Financial Regulatory Reform Mandatory Arbitration Clauses

Sixth Circuit Is First To Find Availability Of Class Arbitration Is Gateway Issue To Be Decided By Courts

Just four months ago, SCOTUS suggested (but did not hold) that the decision to allow class arbitrations might be a “gateway” issue of arbitrability that defaults to courts. This week, the Sixth Circuit was the first to take...more

11/11/2013 - Arbitration Arbitration Agreements Class Action Contract Drafting SCOTUS

Halloween Special: Scary Results If Employers Overreach In Arbitration Clauses

No haunted house can scare general counsel as much as an opinion invalidating their company’s arbitration clause and thereby allowing a class action to proceed. So, here is a Halloween tale for all to keep in mind....more

11/1/2013 - Arbitration Arbitration Agreements Class Action Contract Drafting Corporate Counsel Halloween Unconscionable Contracts

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