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ARBITRATION: Second Circuit unanimously upholds Uberís mandatory arbitration provision

Meyer v. Uber Technologies Inc., United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, 868 F.3d 66 (2nd Cir. 2017), 17 August 2017

The US Court of Appeals held that Uberís terms of service containing an arbitration clause was reasonably conspicuous, in a case where Uber had previously asked the Lower Court to require plaintiff Spencer Meyer to arbitrate a dispute with Uber. The case represents a victory for mobile app companies and internet businesses that seek to compel arbitration through agreements in their appsí terms of service.

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