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...speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. To invalidate the agreement on that basis would undermine the `liberal federal policy favoring arbitration agreements...

..., 537 (5th Cir. 2003) (holding that under Mississippi law, "illiteracy alone is not a sufficient basis for the invalidation of an arbitration agreement"); Dixon v. First Family Fin. Servs. Inc...

...justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. In Randolph's motion for reconsideration in the District Court, she...

...may counsel for invalidation of an arbitration agreement if the grounds for revocation relate specifically to the arbitration clause. Hooters of...

...." J.A. 126. In accordance with the principles outlined above, we have previously recognized that equity may require invalidation of an arbitration agreement that is...unsupported fears and unfounded assumptions that high arbitration costs would prevent a party from vindicating federal rights was "too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." ...justify invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. at 91, 121 S.Ct. 513. I find this case closely analogous to Green...

...." See AT T Techs., Inc. v. Commc'ns Workers of Am., 475 U.S. 643, 650 (1986) (citations omitted). A party seeking invalidation of an arbitration ...., 198 F.3d 715, 717 (8th Cir. 1999)). A party seeking invalidation of an arbitration ...nondispositive, it is quite telling as to the frivolousness of Plaintiff's argument. The risk that Plaintiff "will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration ...

...enforceable." United States ex rel. Wilson, 525 F.3d at 381. Under limited circumstances, "equity may require invalidation of an arbitration ...

...justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. at 91...

...plaintiff] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement."). Thus, to the extent that the district court based its substantive...

...was silent on costs, "[t]he `risk' that [the plaintiff] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." ...

...speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Green Tree, 531 U.S. at 91...

...invalidation of an arbitration agreement. Mixon v. Sovereign Camp., W.O.W., 155 Miss. 841...

...unenforceable. The "risk" that Randolph will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. To invalida... too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. 53...

..."risk" that[the buyer] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. Id. at 90-91...

...the invalidation of an arbitration agreement". Am. Heritage Life Ins. Co. v. Lang, 321 F.3d 533, 537 (5th Cir. 2003...

...plaintiff's unsupported assertion of "high" costs and her inability to pay them made the risk that arbitration would be cost-prohibitive for plaintiff "too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration ...

...not justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. Green Tree, 531 U.S. at 91. To invalidate an agreement on the basis of...justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement"); Harrison, 119 P.3d at 1056 ("On this record, appellees have not met their...

...justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. Green Tree, 531 U.S. at 91. To invalidate an agreement on the basis of speculative...speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement”); Harrison, 119 P.3d at 1056 (“On this record, appellees have not met...

...court addressed the questions of mutual assent and fraud separately. It noted that while illiteracy alone is not a sufficient basis for the invalidation of an arbitration agreement, the man's "alleged...

...subject, and that fact alone is plainly insufficient to render it unenforceable. The "risk" that Randolph will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an ...

...invalidation of an arbitration agreement. . . . To invalidate the agreement on that basis would undermine the "liberal federal...

...40 (1999). This Court has previously held that "the per se invalidation of an arbitration agreement, due to the presence of a fee-splitting provision, contradicts the...

...the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. Green Tree Fin. Corp.-Ala. v. Randolph, 531 U.S. 79, 90-91...

...that "[t]he `risk' that [she] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement," id. Neither the Supreme Court not the First...

..., Principles of equity may counsel for invalidation of an arbitration agreement if the grounds for revocation relate specifically to the arbitration clause...

...prohibitive costs to be "too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id., at 91, 121 S.Ct. at 522...

...saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Green Tree, 531 U.S. at 91...

.... Casarotto, 517 U.S. 681, 687 (1996)). "Principles of equity may counsel for invalidation of an arbitration agreement if the grounds for...

...that fact alone is plainly insufficient to render it unenforceable. The "risk" that Randolph will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration .... Upon review of the relevant case law, this Court concludes that the per se invalidation of an arbitration agreement, due to the presence of a fee-splitting provision...

...invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Green Tree, 531 U.S. at 91, 121 S.Ct...

...subject, and that fact alone is plainly insufficient to render it unenforceable. The "risk" that Randolph will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration ...

...Supreme Court found that the plaintiff's risk that she "will be addled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. at *21 (noting...

...party seeking to invalidate an arbitration agreement must make, the Court held the "risk" of "prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement" ( id...

...invalidate the arbitration agreement at issue based merely on plaintiffs articulated "risk" of prohibitive costs — a ground it found "too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement...

...be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Green Tree, 121 S.Ct. at 522. In this case, the...

...invalidation of an arbitration agreement. To invalidate the agreement on that basis would undermine the "liberal federal policy favoring arbitration agreements." . . . It would also conflict with...

...costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement."). Although the precise language varies from contract to contract, all of the arbitration clauses...

...justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. at 91. However, the Court acknowledged that "the existence of large arbitration costs could preclude a litigant . . . from effectively vindicating...

..., however, the mere "risk that [plaintiffs] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration ...

...justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. To invalidate the agreement on that basis would undermine the `liberal federal policy favoring arbitration agreements.' . . . It would also...

...to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. To invalidate the agreement on that basis would undermine the liberal federal policy favoring arbitration agreements. It would also...Cooper, dealt exclusively with the arbitration of federal statutory claims. In that case, the Supreme Court held that invalidation of an arbitration agreement on the basis that...

..., and that fact alone is plainly insufficient to render it unenforceable. The "risk" that Randolph will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration ...

...prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. Id. at 90-91, 121 S.Ct. 513...

...to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Palm Harbor Homes, Inc. v. Turner, 796 So.2d 295, 297 (Ala. 2001) (quoting...

...9, 2011). It is not necessary for the Court to consider whether the FAA would preempt Connecticut law to the extent that it required invalidation of an arbitration agreement like the one at issue in...

...] contains hardly any information on the matter"; accordingly, the "`risk' that [plaintiff] will be saddled with prohibitive costs [was] too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration ...

...to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. Id. at 91-92, 121 S.Ct. 513 (footnote omitted...

...invalidation of an arbitration agreement" ( id. at 91). The majority of the federal circuit courts that have had occasion to apply Green Tree's burden-shifting approach ...

...insufficient to render it unenforceable. The `risk' that Randolph will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. I...

...speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Green Tree Fin. Corp. v. Randolph, 531 U.S. 79, 90 (2000). Plaintiff...

...insufficient to render it unenforceable. The 'risk' that [the employee] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement."). ...

...“risk” that Randolph will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. To invalidate the agreement on that basis would undermine the...

...that in light of the "liberal federal policy favoring arbitration agreements," such risk was "too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. at 91. It stated that...

..., "equity may require invalidation of an arbitration agreement that is unconscionable." Murray v. United Food & Commercial Workers, 289 F...Court held that "[t]he 'risk' that [a litigant] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. at 91. The party...

...evidentiary burden has established a basis for invalidation of an arbitration agreement. See Green Tree, 531 U.S. at 90–92...

..., 321 S.E.2d 872, 876 (1984). As with any contract, however, "equity may require invalidation of an arbitration agreement that is unconscionabl...

..., that the plaintiffs will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. (quoting...

...subject, and that fact alone is plainly insufficient to render it unenforceable. The `risk' that Randolph will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration ...

...invalidation of an arbitration agreement that is unconscionable.'" Tillman v. Commercial Credit Loans, Inc., 655 S.E.2d 362.... Conseco Fin. Serv. Corp., 252 F.3d 302, 305 (4th Cir. 2001) ("Principles of equity may counsel for invalidation of an arbitration agreement i...

...issue is whether a State court's invalidation of an arbitration agreement that effectively precludes consumers from obtaining a remedy to which they are lawfully entitled “stands as an obstacle to the...

...agreements. The Federal Arbitration Act contemplates that "equity may require invalidation of an arbitration agreement that is unconscionable." Murray v. UFCW Int'l, Local 400...

...`risk' that Randolph will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement.") Furthermore, parties to an arbitration agreement may shorten a...

...Assocs., Inc. v. Casarotto, 517 U.S. 681, 687 (1996). A party seeking invalidation of an arbitration agreement bears the...

...would, in fact, be prohibitively expensive, the mere "'risk' that [Levin] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. To...

..., 121 S.Ct. at 522 ("The `risk' that [the plaintiff] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an ...

...seeking invalidation of an arbitration agreement bears the burden of proving that the arbitration provision is invalid or does not encompass the claim at issue. See Green Tree Fin. Corp...

...claims in an arbitral forum, "[t]he `risk' that [the buyer] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. at 90-91...

...costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement."). Rather, "both the United States Supreme Court and this Court require specific evidence that a party will actually be...

...); 9 U.S.C.A. § 2; see also, Murray, 289 F.3d at 302 ("equity may require invalidation of an ...

...invalidation of an arbitration agreement/' The Eleventh Circuit inMusnick further clarified how speculative is too speculative when addressing whether to invalidate an arbitration agreement...an automatic loser pays model or to be determined under particular circumstances by an arbitrator, is too speculative to warrant invalidation of an arbitration agreement. Id. "Once the arbitrator has...

...invalidation of an arbitration agreement."). Ms. Curry's next argument is that the arbitration agreement denies her of her statutory right to seek punitive damages and attorneys' fees...

...burden of showing the likelihood of incurring such costs. Id. The mere "risk" that a party will be saddled with prohibitive cost is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. ...

...Randolph will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement," and that to invalidate the agreement on that basis would undermine the...

...Supreme Court has said that "[t]he `risk' that [the plaintiff] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Green Tree Financial...

...speculative and without merit. It is well settled that the mere "risk" that a litigant will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. ...

...costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." ( Id. at pp. 90-91, fn. omitted.) The Supreme Court declined to invalidate the arbitration...

...costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement.’ ")(quoting Green Tree Fin. Corp.–Ala. v. Randolph, 531 U.S...

...invalidation of an arbitration agreement.'")(quoting Green Tree Fin Corp. -Ala. v. Randolph, 531 U.S. 79, 92 (2000)); Green Tree Fin. Corp...

...with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. at 91. The plaintiff contends that the arbitration agreement may...

..., and "[t]he 'risk' that [petitioner] w[ould] be saddled with prohibitive costs [wa]s too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement"). ...

...saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. To invalidate the agreement on that basis would undermine the `liberal federal policy favoring...

...federal policy favoring arbitration agreements," such risk was "too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement" Id. at 91...

...] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement.” Id. Accord, In re...

...the mere risk that the plaintiff "will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. at 91-92. Arizona has adopted the...

.... 2004). "The `risk' that [plaintiff] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration ...

...arbitration. The risk that the plaintiff would be saddled with prohibitive costs was "too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. The Sixth Circuit has...

...saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Green Tree, 531 U.S. at 91. "[T...

...prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. at 91-92. Arizona has adopted theRandolph test in resolving claims that arbitration...

...that equity may require invalidation of an arbitration agreement that is unconscionable, as well as an agreement that allows an employer to ignore the arbitration result. Murray v. United Food...

...Tree, "[t]he 'risk' that Randolph will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. at 91...

.... The Supreme Court found that the "'risk' that [plaintiff] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. at 91. Further...

...Management Fee" [Doc. 19-2 at ¶¶ 6—7]. "The 'risk' that [a plaintiff] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement."...

...insufficient to render it unenforceable. The `risk' that [respondent] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement."). ...

...invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. at 91. Whether a party can effectively vindicate her rights through arbitration is to be assessed on a case-by-case basis. For example...

...] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement.” Green Tree , 531 U.S. at...

.... Whether the Parties Agreed to Arbitration It is well-established that illiteracy alone is not a sufficient basis for the invalidation of an arbitration agreement. American...

...Supreme Court held that invalidation of an arbitration agreement on the basis that arbitration was cost-prohibitive was in error where the agreement was silent as to how the plaintiff and the...

...justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Green Tree Fin. Corp.-Ala. v. Randolph, 531 U.S. 79...

..., 531 U.S. at 90. The Supreme Court stated that "[t]he 'risk' that [the plaintiff] will be saddled with prohibitive costs is too speculative to justify the invalidation of an arbitration agreement[,]" ...the invalidation of an arbitration agreement." Id. at 91. The Court determines that finding the DRAs to be invalid on this ground "would undermine the 'liberal federal policy favoring arbitration...

.... Casarotto, 517 U.S. 681, 687 (1996). A party seeking invalidation of an arbitration agreement bears the burden of proving that the...

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