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5 May 2008, 7:59 am
The Ohio Supreme Court declared that the clause was not substantively unconscionable, even though it did not detail what the costs of arbitration would be, nor warn that rights to a jury trial were being relinquished ("loss of the right to a jury trial is a necessary and fairly obvious consequence of an agreement to arbitrate"; See Taylor at 364, Para. 54, citing Pierson v Dean, Witter, Reynolds, Inc. 742 F.2d 334,339 [7th Cir 1984]). [read post]