Pa. Court OKs Class Suit Against H&R Block for E-Filing Fee

Suits filed against H&R Block alleging unnecessary fees for electronically filing clients' tax returns may be tried as a class action and need not be arbitrated individually, the Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled. H&R Block had asserted that all claims against it must be settled in arbitration because the plaintiffs had entered into a contract with a separate entity in connection with H&R Block's e-filing services.
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