Monday, November 02, 2015

We need to rethink mandatory arbitration

In case you haven't notices, white collar and corporate crime and tortious conduct  are rarely seriously punished.  Corporations pay fines, but no one ever goes to jail (see prior posts on these topics).   For instance, the GM ignition lock scandal took a number of lives, but no individual was ever called to answer in court.  Another area of the law that may need change is mandatory arbitration.  Arguably it save money and time for all parties involved.   However, there is a down-side for consumers.  According to the

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