Justices to take up forum-shopping case

, The National Law Journal


The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to resolve whether federal courts must enforce agreements between businesses on where to battle out their disputes.

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  • Robert

    Ridiculous, if you sign an agreement specifying jurisdiction you ought to be bound by such. It appears no one is asking how the Eastern District is unreasonable, unjust, or the product of fraud or why the appellate circuit in its ruling appears to support such a position. We know the judiciary is political but is the new norm activism?

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