Purporting to serve justice, efficiency, and freedom of contract, business interests are increasingly attempting to use binding arbitration clauses to secure unfair advantages over unknowing parties. Courts seemingly have been eager to enforce arbitration clauses that appear in franchise agreements. This article discusses courts’ enforcement of arbitration clauses, undermining protections to the franchisee, and how franchisees can create a more level playing field.
Trial, Oct. 2000, at 65.
Sternlight, Jean R., "Fighting Arbitration Clauses in Franchisor Contracts" (2000). Scholarly Works. Paper 257.