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Arbitration Might Just Be the Most Exciting Area of Contract Law

Most areas of contract law change very little over time. When a new way of doing business comes along, the law might take a while to figure out how to deal with it, but eventually a consensus approach (or two) is adopted by the courts, and things hum along once again. An example during my […] Read More

The Missouri Supreme Court Meets Concepcion: Robinson v. Title Lenders, Inc.

In two opinions filed on March 6, 2012, the Missouri Supreme Court applied recent U.S. Supreme Court arbitration precedent to cases involving binding arbitration agreements. In yesterday's post I discussed Brewer v. Missouri Title Loans, in which the Missouri Supreme Court held that a binding arbitration agreement was unenforceable due to unconscionability. Today I'll discuss Robinson v. […] Read More

The Missouri Supreme Court Meets Concepcion: Brewer v. Missouri Title Loans

In two opinions filed on March 6, 2012, the Missouri Supreme Court applied recent U.S. Supreme Court arbitration precedent to cases involving binding arbitration agreements. In tomorrow's post, I'll discuss the court's application of Stolt-Nielsen, S.A. v. AnimalFeeds International Corp. and AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion to reverse a lower court's judgment that refused to enforce […] Read More