Here's a nuance: technically, the opposing counsel needs to try and oppose my MTC arb on the off-chance that he can get the judge to twist some appellate case in this State to fit his argument.
Does the SCOTUS ATT/Concepcion ruling overule all State decisions?
In this regard, technically, has an FDCPA/FAA violation been committed at this point? I can see that, if the judge grants the motion and the opposing side continues to try and litigate, then violations have been committed. That's crystal clear. But what about simply filing a procedural response to my MTC?