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Business law – Tricky Terms and Conditions (part 2) – General Mills Product Eliminates Right To Sue in Their Legal Terms.

I previously wrote a blog post about how businesses should be careful to read their contracts, particularly those tiny printed “Terms and Conditions”. You can read that blog post here

 

An update in General Mill’s policies, prompted by Court rulings, was posted through the ABAJournal provided another illustration of this point. See that article here   The article is headlined “Buying a General Mills product eliminates the right to sue, according to online legal terms

 

As the ABA Journal reports: In language “quietly added” to its website, General Mills said anyone who prints a digital coupon for its products, participates in its contests, or simply joins its online community has given up the right to sue, the New York Times reports.

 

Well, the additional language may have been quietly added, but it is “not so quiet” any longer.

 

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