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Fourth Circuit Compels Arbitration Over “Gateway” Issues Of Arbitrability

This case involved a consumer, Charleene Novic, who obtained a credit card from Credit One. The card holder agreement contained an arbitration clause that stated “[c]laims subject to arbitration include … disputes related to … enforceability or interpretation of this Agreement.” After Novic accrued a past-due balance, Credit One sold the account to a debt collector. Novic claimed that the past-due balance was the result of fraudulent charges.

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