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Discover trying to pull my consumer law violation case out of Federal Court into arbitration


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’m presently using a lawyer to sue Discover in Federal court for consumer law violations but they are trying to compel arbitration in compliance with the credit card agreement. Is there any valid argument or case law we can use to keep it in Federal Court?

Initially they sued me in County court but I pulled it into JAMS arbitration. This was before I decided to sue for consumer law violations. So now I can’t exactly use the argument that THEY opted to use County court over arbitration now. At present I'm suing them in JAMS as well as Federal Court for differing violations.

Any ideas?

BTW, sorry for the crosspost. Not sure if this belongs here or the arbitration forum being that my case is in Federal Court right now.

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