Thursday, March 10, 2011

Stone: Arbitration is a "Stealth Counterrevolution"

Stone 2 Katherine Stone (UCLA) has just published her essay Signing Away Our Rights in the April 2011 issue of The American Prospect.  She argues that arbitration "has become a stealth counterrevolution, denying rights for which consumers, workers, civil-rights advocates, feminists, and their legislative allies have fought for a century", and urges "consumer and worker groups to publicize the names of corporations that demand compulsory arbitration and class-action bans and to call upon the public to stop doing business with them."  It's an essay worth reading.

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