JetSmarter Class Action Arbitration Settlement could be scuttled

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A petition to vacate the proposed class arbitration awards in the case of JetSmarter could lead to more filings, say several lawyers

“It’s never over till it’s over,” said the late Yankees’ Hall of Fame catcher Yogi Berra. And, the city so nice they named it twice is at the center of one former JetSmarter member’s effort to vacate the current class action arbitration against the jet-sharing company that is currently moving through the system in Florida.

Former JetSmarter member Derek Milosavljevic is seeking to put a stop to the proposed Class Action Arbitration settlement currently taking place in Florida.

A petition filed in the United States District Court, Southern District of New York is seeking to scuttle a proposed class action arbitration settlement that is due to be approved as soon as early July.

California Judge Denies JetSmarter’s Motion To Compel Arbitration

The $2 million lawsuit against JetSmarter featuring Kim Kardashian and Petra Nemcova will continue in Los Angeles

 

One element of JetSmarter contracts that has been hanging over the heads of plaintiffs and others contemplating legal action against by-the-seat private jet membership club JetSmarter has been a clause in its contracts designed to prevent members from taking the company to court. In the case of Derek Milosavljevic vs. Jet Smarter playing out in the Superior Court of the State of California, JetSmarter has apparently lost that battle.

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