“This Week At The Ninth: Arbitration And Accommodation”

The Ninth Circuit’s recent decision in DiCarlo v. MoneyLion, Inc. is the subject of this article by James Sigel of Morrison & Foerster, published in Mondaq, in which the court held “that an arbitration provision prohibiting the plaintiff from acting as a ‘private attorney general’ is enforceable because the provision does not entirely preclude the plaintiff from seeking injunctive relief on behalf of others.”

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