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Wednesday, March 01, 2017


Paul Levy

Two factoids in the article that struck me when I read it yesterday morning appear in these sentences.

"The arbitration was first filed in 2008 . . . . The class-action case, still unresolved, now includes One of the original women who brought the case, those lawyers said, died in 2014 as proceedings crawled on without resolution."

So arbitration, touted as providing a fast alternative to the all-too-cumbersome courts, can take even longer. This arbitration proceeding is now into its NINTH year.

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