Arbitrations in 2016: Faster, But Are They Fair?

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Judges questioned these proceedings and their fairness as companies tried to stem the tide of labor litigation.

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Originally appeared in print as Faster, but are they fair?

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  • Cynthia Gitt

    I would bet that the incoming administration will back off the NLRB and that the conservative justices will prevail on endorsing the FAA preempting state limitations on arbitration agreements.

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