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Critics of Arbitration

Critics of arbitration point out that arbitration requirements can be unfair to consumers and employees who are unable to properly negotiate what amounts to a contractual agreement.  The arbitrator(s) may also be industry experts or regularly employed by a corporation who is one of the parties to the proceeding and may not act in the best interests of both parties.  As private matters, arbitrations do not enjoy the open, public examination of fairness that legal proceedings provide.

Arbitration is often binding and may not have the availability of being appealed to a court of law.  It also may not contain provision for review of questions of law and may not be reversed by a court of law even for gross procedural errors.

since opinions issued and findings in arbitration are usually private, the use of precedent and previous rulings may not be available to the parties involved.


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Microsoft Should Ban Private Arbitration In Racial Discrimination Cases, Too:...
USA TODAY Microsoft should ban private arbitration in racial discrimination cases, too: lawmakers USA TODAY But there really is no principled reason to distinguish sex discrimination cases from other forms of illegal discrimination and harassment,quot said Palefsky, a longtime critic of forced arbitration. quotRace discrimination, age discrimination and disability Microsoft supports bill that would allow sexual harassment victims to make case in courtWBIR TV Microsoft Moves to End Secrecy in Sexual Harassment ClaimsNew York Times The growing use of mandatory arbitration: Access to the courts is now barred for more than 60 million American Economic Policy Institute Senator Lindsey Graham The Official Microsoft Blog Microsoft Bloomberg all 72 news articles raquo

Microsoftaposs Choice To End Forced Arbitration In Sexual Harassment Cases Ma...
Legal Reader blog Microsoft39s Choice to End Forced Arbitration in Sexual Harassment Cases May Not Be Enough Legal Reader blog Microsoft deserves a lot of credit for taking this stand in support of the civil rights laws. But there really is no principled reason to distinguish sex discrimination cases from other forms of illegal discrimination and harassment, said Palefsky, a and more raquo

Swamp Watch: Trumpaposs Top Banking Regulator Heads Back To His Wall Street C...
The Intercept Swamp Watch: Trump39s Top Banking Regulator Heads Back to His Wall Street Clients The Intercept The press release from BigLaw39s Simpson Thacher represents how Trump39s D.C. is post shame they39re saying the quiet, highly corrupt part out loud, said Jeff Hauser, executive director of the Revolving Door Project and a leading Noreika critic and more raquo

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Philadelphia Business Journal This Week in Comcast: NBCUniversal merger conditions under fire Philadelphia Business Journal The FCC voted to repeal net neutrality regulations last week, leading to promises from Comcast about the future of internet access while skeptics to turn their attention to another impending change for the cable giant the sunset of regulations that and more raquo

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