March 02, 2023
The Arizona Supreme Court adopts the Restatement and holds that businesses may modify their standard terms in consumer contracts if those contracts notified the consumer that the business could make future changes, the business gave reasonable notice of the modification and an opportunity to opt out, and the consumer continued the business relationship past a reasonable opt-out period.
U.S. Chamber urges Arizona Supreme Court to hold that a consumer contract can be modified, including the addition of an arbitration clause, by providing reasonable notice to the consumer if the consumer does not reject the modification in a timely fashion
July 15, 2022
Click here to view the coalition amicus brief filed by the U.S. Chamber and Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Karl M. Tilleman, Jason Sanders, and Douglas D. Janicik of Dentons US LLP and the U.S. Chamber’s Litigation Center served as co-counsel for the U.S. Chamber.
- U.S. Chamber Coalition Amicus Brief -- Cornell v. Desert Financial Credit Union (Arizona Supreme Court).pdf
- Opinion -- Cornell v. Desert Financial Credit Union (Arizona Supreme Court).pdf