Chicago Tribune Article on Enforceability of Online Terms and Conditions

December 7, 2017

Golan Christie Taglia partner Beverly A. Berneman was recently interviewed by the Chicago Tribune's Help Squad on the enforceability of online terms and conditions.

Berneman also explained that Turo's online terms and conditions (which does include the age requirement if one is persistent enough to click through three levels of disclaimers under "policies") are, at best, marginal as a binding contract.

Online terms and conditions can be binding and enforceable (1) when the user has to do something affirmative to agree to the terms, and (2) the terms and conditions are readily accessible for review before the user agrees," she said.

You can read the entire article here.