Johnson v. West Suburban Bank is an important case in American jurisprudence because it combines several United States Supreme Court cases to establish a test for whether arbitration provisions relating to statutory rights should be upheld when they essentially preclude class actions. This Casenote will examine the progression the courts have taken and Johnson's subsequent test. Finally, an evaluation of this test will follow.



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