Second Circuit to Decide If 'Sign-in Wrap' Agreements to Arbitrate Are Enforceable

, New York Law Journal


Arbitration columnists Samuel Estreicher and Holly H. Weiss write that "clickwrap" agreements have been enforced by the courts, while "browsewrap" have encountered greater resistance. Next up in the Second Circuit are "sign-in wrap" agreements, where the user is notified of the existence of the terms and conditions when signing in or logging on, but does not have to affirmatively agree to the terms and conditions.

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