BTW this will all end if Crazy Eyes packs the court with cronies, but let's enjoy right now peoples:
This case concerns whether the father is bound by an arbitration clause in a nursing home contract signed by Hampton Court and the son, but not the father. The Third District found “that the father is bound by the arbitration provision contained in the agreement for care executed by his son, and to which the father was the intended third-party beneficiary.” Mendez, 140 So. 3d at 676. We disagree. Accordingly, we quash the Third District’s decision and remand for further proceedings consistent with this opinion.Did you hear that oh beloved bunker?
Let's be real.
Julie's right about this -- forced arbitration usually means the big guy wins, either by design, default, or circumstance.
Notice I didn't say "because of the merits."
And therein lies the problem.
Have a great weekend plebers!