Public Justice

Supreme Court Lets Companies Limit Court Scrutiny of Mandatory Arbitration

In a case that originated in Nevada, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that companies can force their employees and customers into mandatory arbitration using form agreements with a “delegation clause” that delegates decisions on the validity of the arbitration agreement itself to the arbitrator.Written by…

Renowned Attorney from Washington State Honored as ‘Champion of Justice’

Paul L. Stritmatter, a Hoquiam, Wash., attorney known for taking on complex consumer cases, has received the Public Justice Foundation’s “Champion of Justice Award” for his leadership and record of accomplishments in public interest law.The Foundation honored Stritmatter in Vancouver, B.C., at its annual Gala…

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