Airbnb's Arbitration Agreement Doesn't Apply to Guest Who Didn't Rent Property, Holds Illinois CourtSeptember 26, 2023
"The arbitration provision should only apply when the claims arise from a plaintiff's use of the...
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The Boca Raton Observer magazine selected nine attorneys from global law firm Greenberg Traurig, P.A.’s West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale offices as “Top Lawyers.” The selection process includes an online peer-review survey conducted by The Boca Raton Observer in partnership with Professional Research Services to determine the top lawyers in the region. The attorneys who received […]
“The arbitration provision should only apply when the claims arise from a plaintiff’s use of the Airbnb platform and not on the fortuity of a plaintiff having created an account. Holding otherwise leads to the absurd result of the majority’s decision in Rice,” the majority ruled. Click Here To Read The Full Article
“Were plaintiff’s members to pursue their reasonable, nonfrivolous constitutional claims through the CSRA’s administrative process and fail to secure review in the Federal Circuit, it is possible that plaintiff would then be entitled to district court review; however, at this stage, this Court is satisfied that it lacks jurisdiction over plaintiff’s claims,” U.S. District Judge […]
“Today’s opinion is a victory for Mackenzie and for student survivors across the country,” said Alexandra Brodsky, a staff attorney at Public Justice in Washington D.C., who argued the case before the en banc court. “Gender violence has grave effects on students’ access to education. For that reason, the civil rights law Title IX requires […]