The Injustice Of Forced Arbitration At Nursing Homes

Law360, New York (September 4, 2015, 10:21 AM EDT) -- The Federal Arbitration Act was enacted in 1925 during the presidency of Calvin Coolidge. The FAA was intended to validate the enforceability of agreements to arbitrate disputes arising out of business-to-business contracts, maritime transactions and interstate commerce. Since that time, and increasingly so in recent years, businesses have been inserting arbitration clauses into all varieties of consumer transactions....

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