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Dealing with harassment? Discrimination? Wage theft? Good luck getting justice with mandatory arbitration

How closely did you read the packet of paperwork on your first day of work? Or the contract that came with your cellphone? Chances are good that you unknowingly signed away your access to the courts. Arbitration clauses have become a fixture in American life. You can barely apply for a credit card,...
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