NYTimes: corporations have stacked the deck

November 3, 2015 by

fine printThe New York Times investigative report details how corporations have stacked the deck against consumers by using arbitration clauses with class action bans.

With a clause in complex contracts that few people read, corporations have insulated themselves from lawsuits and locked Americans into a system where arbitrators overwhelmingly favor business.

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