Useful methods for enforcing contracts' arbitration clauses: Judges will toss clauses they determine 'unconscionable'


Arbitration clauses are common in many contracts, and for good reason.

Arbitration is often faster and cheaper than litigation, and many busineses prefer to have their disputes decided by a professional arbitrator rather than an unpredicatable jury.

But sometimes, businesses overreach in their arbitration clauses, leading courts to find them unenforceable. If you follow a few simple guidlines, however, you can dramatically increase the likelihood that your arbitration clause will withstand scrutiny.

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