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December 27, 2011

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Vandal Hurricane

I live in the Golden State and let me tell you the small claims court hear is a godsend for those looking to take on a corporation or anyone for that matter and not end up taking it up the rear in attorney fees. It makes taking on battles on principal all that much easier to stomach too, hint hint: http://lawblog.legalmatch.com/2011/12/30/fighting-bad-mail-carriers-holiday-package-thieves/

Eric T.

Would it be fair to assume that any decision will not be precedent for any other case?

Or does the de novo hearing before an actual judge with actual attorneys change that equation if it goes there?

David Sugerman

A number of states--including Oregon--allow a defendant to remove cases from small claims to arbitration. Then there is counsel, discovery, motion practice, with consumers facing a Honda defense team. Seems like the better strategy might be to object.

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