Thursday, January 31, 2008

What-A-Burger's What-A-Lawyers Post What-An-Arbitration-Agreement Signs Outside Restaurants

Now that's bold. 

What-A-Burger has mandatory arbitration agreements posted at every entrance of their restaurants (see also Public Citizen's blog posting).  By entering, customers are purportedly committing to having any disputes heard by the American Mediation Association, a three-lawyer group (with an astoundingly annoying soundtrack on their website).

--BC

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re:Jan 31 2008 What-A-Burger's What-A-Lawyerers...

Your article states "What-A-Burger" lawyers post
What-An-Arbitration-Agreement Signs Outside Restaurants.

Your article links to pages that discuss
"WhatABurger" lawyers.

Question: Which is it: The "WhatABurger" Chain from Texas or the "What-A-Burger" chain from Va, Nc, Sc.

Tks

Bill notes: the story says the photo was in Texas.

Posted by: John Doe | Mar 2, 2008 5:45:51 PM

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