The Supreme Court rejected T-Mobile’s appeal in 3 cases yesterday, which means an earlier federal ruling that says states “can refuse to enforce arbitration clauses if they include bans on class actions” will stand. Now T-Mobile has to go back to state courts to deal with the class action lawsuits against it. [Associated Press]


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  1. snoop-blog says:

    (Nelsons voice from Simpsons) Ha-ha!

  2. ironchef says:
  3. B says:

    The Roberts Court ruled against big business? Has the world gone all topsy turvy on me?

  4. reiyaku says:

    LOL! serves them right for being a bunch of idiots!

  5. Burgandy says:

    Love love love it!

  6. mgresser says:

    Seriously? After all the posts on this issue this little aside is how you address the Supreme Court’s decision on an issue you’ve pounded at for months? This is kinda sad guys.

  7. john42 says:

    Let that be a lesson to T-Mobile: Make sure you bribe BOTH parties!

  8. WraithSama says:

    No kidding. I after reading the content of this post, I would have expected it to be a big headline, not just a tiny footnote.

  9. Uh oh... Cleveland says:

    @B: Must be some kind of misdirection before they lay the real hammer on us.