Arbitration

Empirical studies show arbitration is a fairer, faster, and less expensive way for employees and consumers to resolve conflicts than costly and time-consuming courtroom litigation. But it is continuously under attack from plaintiffs’ lawyers who benefit the most from lawsuits. ILR fights to preserve arbitration at the federal and state levels.

New Study: Consumers Win More Money, More Often, and More Quickly In Arbitration Than In Court

Washington, D.C.—A new study released today by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) found that consumers win more money, more often, and more…

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Research
Fairer, Faster, Better II: An Empirical Assessment of Consumer Arbitration
ILR Research Review, Volume 6, Issue 2
Fairer, Faster, Better: An Empirical Assessment of Employment Arbitration
Arbitration Survey | March 7-11, 2019
The Trial Lawyer Underground: Covertly Lobbying the Executive Branch
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Due to the clear advantages of arbitration over litigation in any number of situations, and the need to preserve this important dispute resolution process, ILR has established the Coalition to Preserve Arbitration. The Coalition’s membership is varied and broad. AT&T is one member of the Coalition and has provided legal and technical support on an in-kind basis in connection with our arbitration-related activities. This disclosure is being made to comply with the requirements of the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995, as amended by the Honest Leadership and Open Government Act of 2007.
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