July 5, 2019

Episode 1: The Fight to Save Arbitration with Harold Kim and Victor Schwart

Will Congress take away an employee’s right to settle disputes through arbitration without having to go to court and make a federal case out of it?

In this episode, the U.S Chamber Institute for Legal Reform’s Chief Operating Officer Harold Kim and legal reform advocate Victor Schwartz from Shook, Hardy & Bacon discuss why arbitration is a simpler, faster and fairer way for employees to resolve workplace disputes than going to court.

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