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Google to ditch mandatory-arbitration policy after mass protest

Forced arbitration is a corporate practice whereby employees waive their right to take some employer disputes to court and instead must settle the matters privately.

Italy takes India to international arbitration over marines

Rome - Italy said Friday it had initiated international arbitration proceedings in the case of two of its marines facing trial in India for the 2012 killing of two fishermen.

Exclusive: Regulator plans purge of Wall Street arbitrators

Wall Street veterans would no longer be allowed to act as arbitrators in many legal disputes between investors and their brokerages under a proposal that a U.S.

Op-Ed: U.S. Supreme Court issues ruling devastating to small businesses

With most Americans celebrating long-overdue rulings on the gay rights cases, the U.S. Supreme Court recently issued a quieter ruling in a lesser-celebrated case, setting back consumers and small-businesses forced into arbitration.

MLB: Verlander, Tigers sign deal avoid arbitration

The Detroit Tigers and pitcher Justin Verlander avoided going to arbitration Thursday when they were able to finalize a new agreement.

Key Players left out of MLB Arbitration

Sluggers Vladimir Guerrero and Johnny Damon and a lot of other baseball stars are up in limbo over not getting arbitration deals.

Both Sides In Sudan Accept Milestone Arbitration Agreement

A long-awaited ruling by an international court on a flashpoint along the north-south Sudanese border has been accepted by both the government of Sudan and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) in the south.

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