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Heller v Uber: The Supreme Court finds arbitration clause unconscionable and establishes new test for determining when to stay litigation in favour of arbitration

Heller v Uber: The Supreme Court finds arbitration clause unconscionable and establishes new test for determining when to stay litigation in favour of arbitration

Heller develops arbitration and contract law in three important ways:

It provides guidance on whether domestic or international arbitration legislation applies;
It develops the competence-competence principle; and
It restates the doctrine of unconscionability.

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