Defendant’s arbitration clause required arbitration of disputes “to the fullest extent permitted by law.”  It also contained a class action waiver.  The “fullest extent” provision did not, on its face, preclude court litigation of public injunction claims, and so did not violate McGill.  But in federal court. plaintiff also had to establish Article III standing to proceed on the public injunction claim, and in this case, plaintiff could not do so, since she could not allege a threat of future harm to herself.  Her knowledge that defendant falsely advertised its product might prevent her from buying defendant’s product  in the future, but she did not allege she wanted to purchase it anyway.