Poll conducted by defense lawyers finds public opposes mandatory arbitration

January 2, 2015 by

Magnifying Glass Over Contract PapersA poll released by the Defense Research Institute, the voice of lawyers that represent large corporations in lawsuits, shows that 74% of respondents in the poll view mandatory arbitration as unacceptable.

The full report of the national survey as well as downloadable graphs and charts can be found here.

Categories: Forced Arbitration

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