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Posted by Bob_Chicago on 7/21/11 3:06pm
contract can "agree" that any potential litigation be filed in a specific, designated court.
I you read the fine print on your credit card agreements, you may find that you have
WAIVED your right to sue them and for a trial by jury, and that any action aganist the
credit card company be by arbitration.
As I recall, this (IMO, unfair) practice has been upheld by the courts.
Not legal advice, yada, yada