Forced Mandatory Arbitration

“Arbitration is a fast way to get a decision when you are in a dispute. Arbitration is more flexible and less formal than court. Usually, an arbitration can be scheduled faster than a trial. Sometimes, if the parties want, arbitrators can decide things that judges are not allowed to decide.

Arbitration is like a trial but less formal. In arbitration, two sides present their evidence to an arbitrator. The arbitrator decides who wins and who loses. An arbitrator does the job that a judge or jury would normally do in court.” – Oregon Judicial Department

Corporations have twisted this tool to force individuals to sign away their right to be heard in court. Jensen, Elmore & Stupasky believe that it’s time to end this anti-consumer practice and eliminate forced arbitration in Employment, Consumer and Civil Rights Cases.

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