Dan Barnhizer (Michigan State) posted yesterday on the Contracts list serve this photo sent to him from a student that saw it at a Whataburger. The text reads:
"By entering these premises, you hereby agree to resolve any and all disputes or claims of any kind whatsoever, which arise from the products, services or premises, by way of binding arbitration, not litigation. No suit or action may be filed in any state or federal court. Any arbitration shall be governed by the FEDERAL ARBITRATION ACT, and administered by the American Mediation Association.
Naturally, this raises many questions about consent to abitration, class action arbitrations and rules that might even apply to any such disputes. And, of course, Barnhizer asked "what they do for drive-through customers?"