Unformatted text preview: provision put Graham at a disadvantage. ISSUE: Whether the adhesion contract falls w/in the reasonable expectations of the weaker “adhering” party and if so if considered in its context is it unduly oppressive or unconscionable. HELD: Yes, the arbitration clause was w/in reasonable expectations of Graham, and No, the presence of a bias arbitrator made the contract unconscionable. RULE: An adhesion contract must fall w/in the reasonable expectations of the weaker “adhering” party and not be unduly oppressive or unconscionable in context to be enforceable....
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- Spring '08
- Contract Law, Arbitration Clause, reasonable expectations, arbitration provision