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a north carolina judge struck down a mandatory arbitration clause, which had been placed in consumer contracts by citifinancial services, a division of citigroup, inc. judge ronald stephens ruled that two north carolina women have the right to bring a lawsuit against citifinancial for predatory lending practices in state civil court and will not be forced into arbitration as requested by citifinancial.
the lawsuit was filed as a class action, so the ruling affects thousands of consumers across north carolina. read the whole article here.
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