Consumers' Right to Sue Policy
Ami Gadhia talked about consumers' right to sue following General Mills change to its prior legal terms that would have prevented the… read more
Ami Gadhia talked about consumers' right to sue following General Mills change to its prior legal terms that would have prevented the option of a court trial or class action lawsuit against the company. Before the policy reversal, consumers who “joined” the company in an online community, downloaded a coupon from its Web site, or interacted with General Mills via other online means were giving up the right to sue the company and limited to arbitration for dispute resolutions.
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