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dc.contributor.authorEigen, Zev J.
dc.contributor.authorSherwyn, David S.
dc.description.abstract[Excerpt] When it comes to the issue of pre-dispute mandatory arbitration, the concept of attaining justice for all parties in a vacuum instead of in comparison to the fall back—the litigation and agency adjudication processes. In this Article, we address each of the components of arbitration, but in context to the alternative and thus, conclude that a fixed arbitration system will provide the type of justice unavailable in the current system.
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dc.subjectclass action
dc.subjectdispute resolution
dc.subjectempirical studies
dc.subjectMandatory Arbitration Act (MAA)
dc.subjectpre-dispute mandatory arbitration
dc.titleDeferring for Justice: How Administrative Agencies Can Solve the Employment Dispute Quagmire by Endorsing an Improved Arbitration System
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local.authorAffiliationEigen, Zev J.: Littler Mendelson
local.authorAffiliationSherwyn, David S.: Cornell University

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