U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Last week, the New York Times ran a series of three front-page articles blasting the recent trend of various industries to put arbitration clauses, some with class-action waivers, in consumer contracts. Anyone looking for a balanced view of arbitration should look elsewhere. A flurry of critics—from bloggers, to law professors, to Forbes magazine, to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce—quickly and properly hammered the Times for its remarkably slanted approach.
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