Circuit Strikes Class Action Allegations on Pleadings, Sends Securities Fraud Claims to Arbitration

Reprinted from: ABA Section of Litigation | September 14, 2021

The Eighth Circuit recently enforced an arbitration clause despite evidence that the plaintiff never saw the clause or signed the arbitration agreement. Cadwalader's Jason Halper and Adam Magid outline the decision here. 

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