Friday, April 2, 2010

Should A Company's Hand-Picked Arbitrator Get to Decide Whether It's Fair for the Company to Hand Pick the Arbitrator?

Deepak Gupta writes: Even prominent arbitrators agree: Decisions about whether arbitration clauses in the consumer and employment context are unconscionable shouldn't be left entirely in the hands of arbitrators themselves. Instead, courts must be able to step in and prevent abuses.

That’s the upshot of an amicus brief filed yesterday by 23 nationally prominent professional arbitrators and arbitration scholars in Rent-A-Center v. Jackson, a case that will be argued before the U.S. Supreme Court on April 26. Read more here.


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