Recognizing a split of Court of Appeal decisions on the issue, this decision holds that when the plaintiff does not deny that the arbitration agreement bears his handwritten signature, his declaration stating that he doesn’t recall signing the document does not create a factual dispute about the signature’s authenticity.  See  Iyere v. Wise Auto Group (2023) 87 Cal.App.5th 747, 757-758, but see contra: Gamboa v. Northeast Community Clinic (2021) 72 Cal.App.5th 158, 164-165.