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Airport Shuttle Driver Must Arbitrate Claims (access required)

An arbitration clause in a franchise agreement signed by a driver for an airport shuttle service is not unconscionable because it includes a class action waiver and a requirement to split arbitration fees, and the 4th Circuit vacates the district court decision and remands the case for entry of an order compelling arbitration. Appellant was a ...

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