The End of Class-Action Lawsuits

Pictured is Alan Kaplinsky, one of the lawyers who made class action bans possible.

Several large corporations such as AT&T, Verizon, and American Express, and their legal teams have formed something of a coalition against class-action lawsuits. By adding individual arbitration clauses into consumer and employee contracts, corporations can render individuals effectively powerless in combating corporate misconduct. Learn more about this pivotal but little-known shift in civil liberty legislation by following the link below.

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