Fair Arbitration Now
Most Americans don't know that they are bound by pre-dispute Binding Mandatory Arbitration (BMA). Buried in the fine print of non-negotiable consumer contracts, billing inserts, employee handbooks, health insurance plans, or dealership or franchise agreements, arbitration clauses require consumers, employees, patients and the elderly to waive their right to a fair trial in public court. Instead, consumer and employee disputes are diverted to an arbitration system run by arbitration companies that view large corporations as their clients and render decisions that will ensure their repeat business.
The only proper solution to the arbitration problem facing consumers, non-union employees and patients is to give them a meaningful choice.
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