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Appellate court ruling will make a lot more work for Web designers

Evan Schuman | May 4, 2016
The decision from a case involving a company’s method of presenting its terms and conditions is otherwise fairly meaningless.

If the intent of the court is to allow a consumer who wants to retain his/her right to sue in public courts to do so, requiring that companies add an extra click box isn’t going to do that. Alas, this ruling won’t help consumers who want to avoid arbitration. On the plus side, though, it will generate a ton of work for Web designers.


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