Following Ajamian v. CantorCO2e, LP (2012) 203 Cal.App.4th 771, this decision holds that an arbitration agreement does not clearly and unambiguously delegate arbitrability questions to the arbitrator if the otherwise clear, broad delegation clause is contradicted by a severance provision that recognizes the possibility that a court may determine the arbitration clause or a part of it to be unenforceable.  Also, following Gostev v. Skillz Platform, Inc. (2023) 88 Cal.App.5th 1035, the decision holds that a mere reference to JAMS’ Comprehensive Arbitration Rules is not, in itself, a sufficiently clear and unmistakable delegation of arbitrability questions to an arbitrator.