AT&T Mobility LLP v Concepcion

Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard oral argument on Concepcion v. AT&T, which posed the question of whether the Ninth Circuit had properly disregarded AT&T’s consumer arbitration clause as unconscionable because it did not allow classwide arbitrations. As I mentioned yesterday, much of the advance reporting and commentary (with a few exceptions) painted the

Today, the United States Supreme Court hears oral argument in Concepcion v. AT&T, a case on appeal from the Ninth Circuit concerning whether the Federal Arbitration Act preempts states like California from requiring arbitration clauses to allow for classwide arbitration. (The venerable SCOTUSBlog has an excellent roundup of the issues and briefing.)

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