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The Impact of Restricting Mandatory Arbitration
The Impact of Restricting Mandatory Arbitration

Employers who use arbitration agreements for their employees now face a new challenge: claims of sexual assault and sexual harassment can no longer be subject to mandatory arbitration. President Biden signed a new law amending the Federal Arbitration Act with this provision ...

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