IBERIA CREDIT BUREAU. v. CINGULAR WIRELESS, 03-30613
The district court's judgment denying defendant-Centennial's motion to compel arbitration is affirmed, however the judgments denying arbitration against defendants Cingular and Sprint are reversed because their arbitration clauses are not unconscionable or otherwise unenforceable under generally applicable principles of Louisiana law.
- Decided 07/21/2004
- Published 07/21/2004
KING, Chief Judge:, Before KING, Chief Judge, and REAVLEY and EMILIO M. GARZA, Circuit Judges.
United States Fifth Circuit
Theodore M. Haik, Jr., Haik, Minvielle & Grubbs, New Iberia, LA, Joseph R. Joy, III, Lafayette, LA, Elizabeth Cary Dougherty, Gauthier, Downing, LaBarre, Beiser & Dean, Metairie, LA, Calvin Clifford Fayard, Jr., Denham Springs, LA, Kenneth Steven Wall, James Robert Davis, Jr. (argued), Law Office of J. Robert Davis, Houston, TX, for Iberia Credit Bureau, Gerhardt, Louviere, Landry and Hebert., Gary J. Russo, Perret Doise, Lafayette, LA, Evan M. Tager (argued), Stephanie A. Martz, David Morris Gossett, Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw, Washington, DC, for Cingular Wireless., John F. Olinde (argued), Corinne Ann Morrison, Douglas L. Grundmeyer, Charles Paul Blanchard, Chaffe, McCall, Phillips, Toler & Sarpy, New Orleans, LA, for Sprint Spectrum, LP., Mark A. Balkin (argued), Hardy, Carey & Chautin, Metairie, LA, for Centennial Beauregard Cellular LLC.