In Williams v. Medley Opportunity Fund, the Third Circuit ruled the parties’ arbitration agreement violated public policy and was, therefore, unenforceable because the defendant lenders permitted the plaintiff borrowers to raise disputes in arbitration under tribal law only, not federal or state law.
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