ANDERS v. HOMETOWN MORTGAGE SERVS., INC., 02-14448
The parties' agreement to arbitrate is broad enough to cover federal statutory claims, any problem involving whether the plaintiff can afford the cost of arbitration is no problem in light of the defendant's stipulation to pay the plaintiff's costs of arbitration, and because any impermissible restrictions on the remedies are severable from the other parts the agreement itself is not invalid.
- Decided 09/25/2003
- Published 09/25/2003
- CARNES, Circuit Judge:, Before EDMONDSON, Chief Judge, CARNES, Circuit Judge, and CARNES, District Judge.
- United States Eleventh Circuit
- For Appellant:
- Steven P. Gregory,Steven P. Gregory, P.C., James D. Smith, Leon R. Storie, Tuscaloosa, AL, for Plaintiff-Appellant.
- For Appellees:
- Leslie Miller Klasing, Joseph Paul Schilleci, Jr., Gorham & Waldrep, Birmingham, AL, for Defendants-Appellees.