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WATCH WHAT YOU CLICK!

Airbnb, Forced Arbitration And An Evolving Privacy Policy That Shares More Than Homes BY DAVID SIROTA @DAVIDSIROTA AND CHRISTOPHER ZARA @CHRISTOPHERZARA ON 04/06/16 Employees of Airbnb in the ...
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NO ARBITRATING DISCRIMINATION DISPUTES

EEOC Suit Challenging Doherty Enterprises' Attempt to Bar Discrimination Charges Will Go Forward Court Rejects Doherty's Argument That EEOC Cannot Proceed Without Discrimination Charge and ...
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MINOR LEAGUERS STRIKE OUT

After their arbitration dispute was resolved, a group of minor league players filed a class-action suit against the Office of the Commissioner of Major League Baseball and the Washington Nationals ...
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PUSHING FOR COMMERCIAL RENT CONTROL

What You Should Know By Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz 32nd Senatorial District 718-991-3161 It’s Time to Pass the Small Business Jobs Survival Act You should know that the Small Business ...
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DINAPOLI ON NYC'S LABOR CONTRACT

DiNapoli: The Mayor's Proposed Budget Takes Large Steps In Addressing Outstanding Labor Contracts Out-Year Budget Gaps Are Manageable The recent labor agreement between New York City and the ...
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TELL DROPBOX TO DROP IT!

Lucas, If somebody hurts you or rips you off, you call the police and maybe even take the perpetrator to court, right? But if that "somebody" is a corporation, the odds are good that ...
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BET DIN BOUND

Moshe Nahum agreed to perform certain renovation work on Eliezer Mansour's property, and when a dispute later arose about the quality of services provided, the parties went to arbitration by way ...
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FLEURY'S FURY

After he purchased a home built by Amedore Homes, Francis Fleury filed a warranty claim for construction defects and agreed to have the matter arbitrated. Apparently, the arbitrator assigned to the ...
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FORCED ARBITRATION IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL

Lucas, Becoming a helicopter pilot had been Matt Kilgore's childhood dream. Corporate greed killed his dream. The California resident and father of two started attending the for-profit school, ...
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WANNA BE AN ARBITRATOR JUDGE?

The ABA Law Student Division is sending this message to you on behalf of Fordham University School of Law, which is hosting the 2013 Regional Arbitration Competition. Fordham would like to invite you ...
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NO MARLBORO MAN

The Board of Education of the Marlboro Central School District contracted with Piazza Brothers, Inc., to perform certain ceiling renovations at an elementary school. And when the ceiling later ...
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BIG FISH, SMALL POND

When Adrian Rangel sued his employer--Lily Pond Nursing Home--in Richmond County Small Claims court to recover unpaid wages, the parties agreed to arbitration. But when the case went in Adrian's ...
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SCHNEIDERMAN'S NOT BLOWING SMOKE ...

Big Tobacco Ordered To Pay Full $800 Million To New York State Under Landmark 1998 Agreement Schneiderman: Ruling Denying Big Tobacco's Efforts To Avoid Responsibility For Cigarette-Related ...
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WANNA BE A JUDGE?

Dear Colleague: Pace Law School, located at 78 North Broadway, White Plains, NY, will host an ABA Law Student Division Regional Arbitration Competition on November 16-17, 2013. We would like to invite ...
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SCHWAB SHAME

Lucas, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. — a well-known investment advisor holding more than $2 trillion in assets for millions of investors — is trying to eviscerate its customers' ...
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DON'T ROB STUDENTS

Lucas, For some corporate predators, trapping students in cycles of debt means big business. As the $150 billion market in private student loans grows, so too does the number of students ensnared in ...
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FIX THIS INJUSTICE

Lucas, As the Capitol Hill blame game rages on, Big Business is trying to rig the justice system. Multibillion-dollar banks, cell phone companies, cable providers and other industries are slipping ...
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HOW TAXING

When the New York County Supreme Court vacated an arbitration award which had ended Terri Patterson's employment with the New York City Department of Education, the City appealed and the Appellate ...
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TWO MORE BRIEFS

On Tuesday, Public Citizen Litigation Group filed amicus briefs in two United States Supreme Court cases of critical importance to consumers and anyone else concerned with our legal system's ...
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MEDI(T)ATION

Mediation and Meditation: More than Just a Misspelling Contemplative Lawyers Group Thursday, October 18, 2012 7:00 pm-9:00 pm Registration: There is no charge for this program. Register What both ...
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LIEN ON THIS!

Bill Modernizing Attorney Liens Signed Into Law Governor Cuomo yesterday signed into law S.1546 (Sampson) / A.5275 (Titone). NYSTLA strongly supported this bill as it moved through the legislature and ...
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THIS HAD TO COST DOLLAR STORES A PRETTY PENNY

EEOC and Family Dollar Stores Sign Mediation Pact Agreement Covers 7,200 Stores With More Than 50,000 Team Members Nationwide The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and Family Dollar ...
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REVERSE THE SUPREME COURT

Lucas, The worst U.S. Supreme Court ruling in recent memory, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, has had a devastating impact on the U.S. political system. One year ago today, the court ...
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GIVE ME LIBERTY...

Suzanne Walker's policy with Libery Mutual gave her up to $100,000 in supplementary uninsured/underinsured motorist (SUM) coverage--if she got into an accident with an uninsured or underinsured ...
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RIGGED!

Lucas, Would you be willing to pay the price of your constitutional rights to renew your cell phone contract? What about to open a bank account? Seems a little steep to me. But giant corporations like ...
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