Wells Fargo Arbitration Push Questioned in Class Action

Aug 31, 2017

DiCello Levitt’s class action lawsuit on behalf of defrauded auto loan customers is spotlighted in the article, “Wells Fargo Arbitration Push Questioned in Class Action,” published in New York Law Journal on August 31, 2017. The article addresses Wells Fargo’s efforts to deny plaintiffs access to the courts by forcing the class action into private arbitration. In court papers responding to Wells Fargo’s arbitration push, Plaintiffs contend that forced arbitration would rob them of their constitutional rights.

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