Northcom, Ltd. v. James

In Northcom, Ltd. v. James, 694 So. 2d 1329 (Ala. 1997), two Justices stated in the main opinion: "In a case involving a contract of adhesion, if it is not shown that the party in an inferior bargaining position had a meaningful choice of agreeing to arbitration or not, and if the superior party has reserved to itself the choice of arbitration or litigation, a court may deny the superior party's motion to compel arbitration based on the doctrines of mutuality of remedy and unconscionability." Id. at 1338.