Court of Appeals of Indiana.
*664 Douglas B. King, Matthew M. Adolay, wood & McLaughlin LLP, Indianapolis, IN, Attorneys for Appellant.
Susan Verbonitz, Weir & Partners LLP, Philadelphia, PA, Attorney pro hac vice.
Irwin B. Levin, Richard E. Shevitz, Vess A. Miller, Cohen & Malad, LLP, Indianapolis, IN, Attorneys for Appellee.
Apex 1 Processing, a “payday loan” business, includes with its loan agreements an arbitration provision that is compulsory. Akeala Edwards brought a class action  alleging Apex, conducting business as payday lender Paycheck Today, involved with unfair trade methods. Apex relocated to compel arbitration of Edwards’ claim, nevertheless the test court denied the motion considering that the arbitrator designated in the contract had been no further permitted to perform arbitrations that are such.