Companies Use Legal Loophole to Avoid Accountability

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Lurking in millions of product, service and employment contracts is a legal landmine called forced arbitration, which allows corporations to bypass the courts and railroad Americans into privately run tribunals that almost always favor the company. And now, during the COVID crisis, nursing homes, ride-sharing companies and many others are using forced arbitration clauses to avoid accountability for not protecting customers and workers from unnecessary exposure to this disease. 

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