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Alyssa E. Lambert
Companies cannot invoke mandatory arbitration clauses if they are not parties to the contract, a federal district court has held. After smartphone users sued phone manufacturers and Carrier IQ, Inc., a telecommunications software vendor, the defendants tried to force them to arbitrate their claims based on arbitration agreements between the consumers and their wireless carriers.