It seems like there's a steady stream of arbitration cases coming out of the Supreme Court. From the perspective of the average West Virginia consumer, the news is mostly bad. Arbitration clauses are inserted almost as a matter of routine...
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The fall term is officially over. Keep an eye out for blogs summarizing and analyzing the latest cases.
Supreme Court applies Michigan law in a drug case, dooming multiple birth-defect claims tied to Pfizer's zoloft.
This week marks the end of the fall term. Conferences are scheduled Tuesday thru Friday, and the term will formally conclude on Friday. Watch for opinions!
Supreme Court affirms the immunity of a county commission in a case involving a fight at a county fair.
Oral arguments for the fall term are now complete. This week the Supreme Court will meet in conference on Tuesday and Wednesday. New opinions are likely.
Tenants beware! Landlords are exempt from the debt collection and fee provisions of West Virginia's consumer law.
Arbitration and res judicata issues raised in an oil and gas leasing case.
The Supreme Court will be hearing arguments on Tuesday and having an admissions ceremony on Wednesday. There is a conference scheduled for Thursday. Watch for new opinions.
More bad news for consumers fighting arbitration clauses.