Forced Arbitraion

Interactive Timeline Series Traces How The U.S. Supreme Court Forced Arbitration On America’s Workers

Over 60 million of America’s non-union private-sector workers are bound by forced arbitration clauses that bury claims of employer wrongdoing behind closed doors. Many...   Read More

The Institute Publishes New Report Exposing Widespread Use Of Arbitration Clauses In Employment Contracts

The Institute is pleased to have published a groundbreaking report by Professor Imre S. Szalai, the Judge John D. Wessel Distinguished Professor of Social...   Read More

The Faces Of Forced Arbitration Project Launched At 2017 NELA Annual Convention

The Institute was proud to launch its groundbreaking project, The Faces of Forced Arbitration, at the 2017 NELA Annual Convention in June. Designed to...   Read More

Horton Comes To A Head: U.S. Supreme Court Poised To Resolve Conflict Regarding Workers’ Rights To Act Collectively

By Elizabeth Colman, Paul H. Tobias Attorney Fellow The United States Supreme Court granted three petitions for certiorari during their Friday, January 13 conference...   Read More

Forced Arbitration Usurps U.S. Service Member’s Workplace Rights

By Paul H. Tobias Attorney Fellow Clark Taylor Ending forced arbitration of employment disputes is The Institute’s top public policy priority. Toward that end,...   Read More

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