That fine print you signed? Good luck trying to sue in N.J. (or anywhere) | Opinion

October 3, 2016

It’s doubtful that many residents of New Jersey know or care about arbitration. But, they should. They’ve signed contracts that require them to use it when they have a dispute with their cellphone provider, bank, nursing home, credit card or car rental company, investment broker, medical professional, home-builder, and the providers of a wide-range of consumer services, including cable companies, and, their employers.

If you’re reading this column, you’re probably affected. You’ll know it if you ever have a complaint and want to take a company to court., Oct. 2


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