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California Supreme Court

Jul. 6, 2018

Can Interest Rates be Unconscionable?

The California Supreme Court will soon decide whether the doctrine of unconscionability renders certain consumer loans unenforceable due to high interest rates; Steven Tindall and Andre Mura (Girard Gibbs LLP) and Catherine Brennan (Hudson Cook) offer competing perspectives.

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Steven M. Tindall

Gibbs Law Group LLP

505 14th St Ste 1110
Oakland , CA 94612

Email: smt@classlawgroup.com

UC Berkeley SOL Boalt Hall; Berkeley CA

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Andre M. Mura

Gibbs Law Group LLP

Email: amm@classlawgroup.com

George Washington Univ LS; Washington DC


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Brian Cardile

Rulings Editor, Podcast Host, California Supreme Court reporter
brian_cardile@dailyjournal.com

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