Editorial: The Problem of Workplace Arbitration Clauses

The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Over the last decade, employers have more and more often incorporated jury waiver or mandatory arbitration clauses into their employment arrangements to avoid the perceived horror of facing jury review of the way they treat their employees. These clauses are often presented in circumstances that many argue are deceptive, if not downright coercive.

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  • Erick

    Kudos to the Tribune‘s Editorial Board for pointing out the problem with employment arbitration clauses. Some of the same concerns also apply to companies that require consumers to arbitrate claims. See http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/17/business/when-liking-a-brand-online-voids-the-right-to-sue.html?ref=business

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