Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Features St. John’s Arbitration Study

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released a congressionally-mandated study of arbitration today and devoted two pages to discussing “Whimsy Little Contracts” with Unexpected Consequences: An Empirical Analysis of Consumer Understanding of Arbitration Agreements, by Professors Jeff Sovern, Elayne E. Greenberg, Paul F. Kirgis, together with Yuxiang Liu. The St. John’s Arbitration Study was also mentioned in an American Bar Association publication, 21 Dispute Resolution Magazine, No. 2 at 2 (2015). In scholarly publications, the article is being cited at a rate of more than once for every month it has been available, as indicated by the following list of citations:

Jeff Sovern

 

Elayne Greenberg

Elayne Greenberg

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Paul Kirgis

 

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