FEBRUARY 16, 2018
Prescott Lovern, Sr. (Lovern) says AAA & Jams are operating illegal arbitration services with their members who make a customer waive Private Attorney General (PAG) or representative actions, forcing the customer to pursue a claim ONLY on a individual basis. [Class Actions can be prohibited under the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA)]. PAG Litigation and PAG Arbitration cannot be waived, per the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS). Federally protected / statutory rights cannot be taken away via a mandatory arbitration provision.
Every time AAA and/or JAMS allows one of their members to force a consumer to arbitrate individually under their respective rules they commit, but not limited to, federal felonies [18 U.S. C. Sec.'s 241/242]. Lovern will be pursuing criminal charges against AAA & JAMS executives, lawyers, and high profile Directors through the U.S. Department of Justice. Massive civil litigation is being prepared. Lovern warned AAA & JAMS a couple years ago but they never stopped.
Examples of companies AAA & JAMS are conspiring with are Wendy’s, Arby’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, Comcast, Wells Fargo, Citibank, virtually every company that has mandatory arbitration … just look for language that prohibits “Private Attorney General,” “representative,” must be “individual claim.”
Lovern will be going after big law firms like DAVIS WRIGHT TREMAINE and MORRISON FOERSTER who have aided & abetted one of the biggest legal SCAMS in modern history. Why? The almighty dollar. Lawyers who are officers of the court are participating in federal felonies, intentionally violating the constitutional rights of consumers. They should be disbarred. The legal profession is at an all time low.
Lovern says, “if AAA or JAMS, or any of their blood sucking members or lawyers think they can prove me wrong in court, SUE ME. You can’t be sued for telling the truth. My opinion and their opinion are not worth 5 cents, but the Opinion of SCOTUS is worth everything.
Note: More to come on how Davis Wright Tremaine (DWT) helped Wendy’s / Arby’s [Wendy's owns 18.5% of Arby's] cover-up Buffalo Wild Wings (BWW) securities fraud in SEC filings filed by BWW in connection to their sale to Arby’s, said SEC filings contain illegal arbitration provisions. Mandatory arbitration in a SEC filing is very unusual. Lovern intends to sue Wendy’s, DWT, Arby’s & Roark Capital [Arby's parent company] on behalf of victims of the aforementioned illegal arbitration.