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Email Arbitration Clause Enforceable Against Consumer (access required)

A Verizon customer who is suing over a $135 early-termination fee for his cancellation of his Internet service must arbitrate his complaint based on an arbitration clause embedded in an email, as the initial contract expressly stated that continued use of the service constituted consent to contract modifications; the Alexandria U.S. District Court also says ...

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