Leeman v. Cook’s Pest Control, Inc.

Leeman v. Cook’s Pest Control, Inc.

When homeowners in this case tried to bring a case against a pest control company alleging it was responsible for damage to their property, the evidence demonstrated that arbitrating their claims before the American Arbitration Association would cost between $12,000 and $16,000.  Despite these facts, the Alabama Supreme COurt held that the homeowners were forced to arbitrate their claims, and our appeal was not successful.

Case Documents

  • Our reply brief

    Our reply brief urging the Alabama Supreme Court to hold that an arbitration clause is unconscionable where it requires consumers with modest claims to pay arbitration fees to the American Arbitration Association of $12,000 to $16,000 to have their claims heard.

    Supreme Court of Alabama

    Docket: 1022063
  • Our opening brief

    Our opening brief on behalf of Title VII and ADEA employment discrimination plaintiff urging the Eleventh Circuit to hold that employer's arbitration clause is unenforceable where plaintiff refused to sign clause and told her employer repeatedly that she refused to be bound or to waive her legal rights.

    U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit

    Docket: 03-14342-G

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