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New Use of the Doctrine of Unconscionability to Invalidate Arbitration Agreements in Consumer Contracts, The Note
Manfredi v. Blue Cross and Blue Shield suggests that this old judicial hostility is alive and well in Missouri jurisprudence. In an effort to level the playing field between parties of unequal bargaining power, Missouri courts have applied the unconscionability doctrine as a way to sidestep the United States Supreme Court's asserted policy favoring arbitration over litigation.7 This note considers the new approach of Missouri courts in invalidating arbitration agreements through the doctrine of unconscionability in the consumer context.
New Use of the Doctrine of Unconscionability to Invalidate Arbitration Agreements in Consumer Contracts, The Note,
2012 J. Disp. Resol.
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