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“How Forced Arbitration Is Making It Harder for Low-Wage Workers to Seek Justice”

Capital & Main

May 2, 2022

Joseph M. Sellers, Co-Chair of our Civil Rights & Employment practice, was quoted by Capital & Main in an article examining the impact of forced arbitration on the U.S. workforce. Currently, more than 60 million Americans are subject to forced arbitration, preventing them from using the court system to resolve work-related disputes.

“Low-wage workers have the least bargaining power,” Mr. Sellers is quoted. “Whatever the employer insists on, they are going to agree to.”

Read the full article at Capital & Main.