No Initials, No Problem: California Court Of Appeal Holds Failure to Initial Not Enough To Prevent Arbitration

No Initials, No Problem: California Court Of Appeal Holds Failure to Initial Not Enough To Prevent Arbitration

“What if neither party to an arbitration agreement places initials next to a jury waiver contained in the agreement, even though the drafter included lines for their initials?”

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