Saturday, May 14, 2016

Mandatory Arbitration Agreements Are Evil

As the late, great United States Department of Labor Associate Chief Administrative Law Judge James L. Guill and I warned in our article in the American Bar Association Judges Journal ("A Rush to Unfairness -- the Downside to Alternative Dispute Resolution" in 1989, mandatory cramdown arbitration agreements in employment, consumer and brokerage contracts are a clear and present danger to our civil and constitutional rights.

Thanks to The New York Times for its 2015-2016 investigation of this overbearing of on the part of unAmerican corporations, even startups.

This is sick.

Latest installment: here.

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