Eleventh Circuit Declines to Compel Arbitration in Suit Against Rental Car Company Under Arbitration Clause…

The Eleventh Circuit recently declined a rental car company’s attempt to invoke an arbitration clause in Orbitz.com’s terms of use in a lawsuit brought by a disgruntled customer who booked his rental car through Orbitz despite the seemingly broad language of the clause.

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