What’s Unfair About Forced Arbitration?

What’s Unfair About Forced Arbitration?
What’s Unfair About Forced Arbitration?

Firstly, what is forced arbitration?

“In forced arbitration, a company requires a consumer or employee to submit any dispute that may arise to binding arbitration as a condition of employment or buying a product or service.The employee or consumer is required to waive their right to sue, to participate in a class action lawsuit, or to appeal.”

– National Association for Consumer Advocate

Lost in the Fine Print

A powerful documentary has been released by the Alliance for Justice, called “Lost in the Fine Print, that details three examples of the human impact of the unfairness of forced arbitration.

The film goes on to share the fact that most Americans, whether consumers, employees, or business owners, aren’t aware that forced arbitration is happening.  Are we being diminished of our justice?

To get more details on this documentary, please visit Public Justice.

The documentary can be watched, below:


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