Mandatory Arbitration Can Work for Employers and Employees

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Originally published in the Puget Sound Business Journal - December 14-20, 2012.

“Your employment jury trial scheduled next week has been bumped because of an ongoing criminal trial,” the attorney told his client, an employee suing his employer.

Waiting 14 months was not enough. All that money and time getting ready for trial: wasted.

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