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June 22, 2015

In The News Today – June 22, 2015

According to documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon, the Ecuadorian government staged “public” protests outside the International Arbitration Tribunal in the U.S. where a legal dispute between the South American nation and Chevron was being heard. (Washington Free Beacon)

The California Chamber of Commerce says that Assembly Bill 465, which would make it illegal to require mandatory employee arbitration agreements as a condition of employment, is an unnecessary “job killer”. (Fox and Hounds Daily)

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