Posts tagged "Forced Arbitration"

Investor-State Dispute Settlements: New Tool to Circumvent the Courts

We’ve discussed forced arbitration issues a lot on our blog. It’s been a favorite topic of late because it is so relevant to today’s legal environment. We’ve explored the ways in which mandatory arbitration violates the rights of average citizens who have been harmed by large corporations. Barred from having their day in a traditional, public court with an unbiased jury determining the outcome of their …

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It’s Time to End Forced Arbitration

ForceArbIn 2002, the Motor Vehicle Franchise Contract Arbitration Fairness Act was signed into law by President Bush. The Act was touted as the biggest win for the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) in at least 50 years because it put an end to forced arbitration between the members of NADA and auto manufacturers. The car dealers were …

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