Yellow Pages USA Arbitration Clause

Created 12/4/2017

Arbitration and Applicable Law
By visiting and/or using the Company Website form within the United States or placing an order, you agree that the laws of the State of Indiana, without regard to principles of conflict of laws, will govern this Agreement and any dispute of any sort that might arise between you and Company or its affiliates. All arbitration proceedings must be commenced within two (2) years from date claim arises, or claims are waived.

Important Limitation on Consumer Rights- Mandatory Arbitration Requirement- and Class Action Waiver. Please read carefully: any controversy, claim or dispute between the parties arising out of or relating to an order or this agreement, or the breach, termination, enforcement, interpretation, unconsionability or validity thereof, including any determination of the scope or applicability of this agreement to arbitrate, shall, unless agreed to otherwise, be determined by arbitration in Marion County, Indiana in accordance with the laws of Indiana for agreements to be made in and to be performed in Indiana. The parties agree that the arbitration shall be administered by the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) pursuant to its rules and procedures and an arbitrator shall be selected by the AAA. The arbitrator shall be neutral and independent and shall comply with the AAA code of ethics. The award rendered by the arbitrator shall be final and shall not be subject to vacation or modification. Judgment on the award made by the arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction over the parties. The parties agree that either party may bring claims against the other only in his/her or its individual capacity and not as a plaintiff or class member in any purported class or representative proceeding. Further, the parties agree that the arbitrator may not consolidate proceedings of more than one person’s claims, and may not otherwise preside over any form of representative or class proceeding. The parties shall share the cost (not attorneys’ fees) of arbitration equally. In the event a party fails to proceed with arbitration, unsuccessfully challenges the arbitrator’s award, or fails to comply with the arbitrator’s award, the other party is entitled to costs of suit, including a reasonable attorney’s fee for having to compel arbitration or defend or enforce the award. Binding Arbitration means that both parties give up the right to a trial by a jury. It also means that both parties give up the right to appeal from the arbitrator’s ruling except for a narrow range of issues that can or may be appealed. It also means that discovery may be severely limited by the arbitrator. This section and the arbitration requirement shall survive any termination.