Compulsory Arbitration

Compulsory Arbitration

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Richard A. Bales explains that the advantages of arbitration are clear. Much faster and less expensive than litigation, arbitration provides a forum for the many employees who are shut out of the current litigative system by the cost and by the tremendous backlog of cases. On the other hand, employers could use arbitration abusively. Bales views the current situation as an ongoing experiment. As long as the courts continue to enforce agreements that are fundamentally fair to employees, the experiment will continue.Cantor Fitzgerald Securities, ^ a different judge from the Southern District of New York ... read the agreement before signing it, and (3) that he was never given a copy of the NASD manual referred to in the U-4 form. ... Bob Baker Toyota, aquot; an employee attempted to persuade the court to deny enforcement of an Creating a Fairanbsp;...

Title:Compulsory Arbitration
Author: Richard A. Bales
Publisher:Cornell University Press - 1997

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