IN STIRLEN V SUPERCUTS,1 defendant Supercuts moved to compel arbitration of plaintiff Stirlen's state statutory and common law claims pursuant to an arbitration clause that made very clear its intent to deprive Stirlen of most of his remedies.
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"Understanding Remedy-Stripping Arbitration Clauses: Validity, Arbitrability, and Preclusion Principles,"
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