‘Terms and Conditions: You Agree to What You’ve Agreed To’

“Watching terms and conditions litigations continue to play out is an interesting exercise. One of the things we learn is that the terms and conditions mean what they say, which should be obvious, but of course ignores the fact that basically nobody reads what they say. Consumers seem to be consistently caught off-guard by some of the terms. A recent Ninth Circuit decision, Geier v M-Qube Inc, No 13-36080, reinforces this (you can watch the oral argument here) …” (more)

[Stacey Lantagne, ContractsProf Blog, 30 May]

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