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Forced Arbitration = Inverse of an “Impartial” Jury

Buried in the fine print of agreements that govern the products we purchase, the services we use, and even our employment, are hidden arbitration clauses precluding us from having our matters heard before an impartial jury or judge when we are harmed.  The result is the replacement of a system that was once built upon a fundamental…

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Employees’ Rights Further Stripped by The Courts

Thanks to the U.S. Supreme Court, you may not have the right to redress from the company that wronged you. In the wake of the United Supreme Court’s controversial decision in Concepcion, on Monday, in a 6-1 decision, the California Supreme Court, was forced to abrogate its prior well-reasoned decision in Gentry v. Superior Court,…