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You Should Know - May 2016

In This Issue: - Forced Injustice - Stacking the Deck - Sign the Petition - Excerpt from Businesses Use Loophole to Deny Day in Court: Injustice, Thy Name Is Forced Arbitration: Tia’s employment case...more

Looking Ahead: What the Auto Lending Industry Can Expect from the CFPB in 2016

The CFPB's critics are getting louder, arbitration clauses are spending some time on the chopping block and credit reporting continues to garner more and more attention. These are all things we can expect to focus on this...more

Public Citizen petitions Dept. of Education to ban use of arbitration agreements by schools receiving Title IV assistance

Public Citizen, Inc. has sent a petition to the Department of Education requesting the Department to adopt a rule that requires schools to agree, as a condition of receiving Title IV assistance under the Higher Education Act...more

Legal Alert: Legislation Prohibiting Employment-Related Predispute Arbitration Agreements Introduced In Congress

Legislation has been introduced in Congress that would make predispute arbitration agreements in employment, consumer, and franchise disputes and disputes arising under civil rights statutes unenforceable. The legislation...more

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