Economic Policy Institute Releases Important Paper on Problems With Mandatory Arbitration

December 8, 2015 by

fine printIn The Arbitration Epidemic: Mandatory Arbitration Deprives Workers And Consumers Of Their Rights, Katherine V.W. Stone and Alexander J.S. Colvin outline the problems posed by mandatory arbitration and explain how, in a series of rulings, the Supreme Court has freed up large corporations to sidestep the legal system through arbitration clauses.

Stone and Colvin discuss a number of possibilities to address the spread of mandatory arbitration, including action by Congress and the executive branch.

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