Concepcion Decision Not Surprising and Not the End of Consumer Class Actions

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The result in AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion flowed naturally from the Court's Stolt-Nielsen decision, in which the Court, in essence, held that class actions and arbitration don't mix.

But no one should start writing obituaries for the consumer class action. Their demise is nowhere in sight.

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