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Tuesday, May 05, 2009



As a member of the ABA, I must say that I am disturbed that a contingency supports mandatory arbitration. There is no place for mandatory arbitration as it relates to employees and consumers. The judicial branch ought to hear employment and labor matters, unless the parties agree after the fact to arbitration. My clients are often disturbed by orders issued by arbitrators. The proposition of mandatory arbitration is un-American.

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