“By inserting an arbitration clause into their contracts, companies can sidestep the legal system, avoid big refunds and continue to pursue profitable practices that may violate the law and harm consumers,” Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray said in a February 2016 speech to the American Constitution Society.
“By inserting an arbitration clause into their contracts, companies can sidestep the legal system, avoid big refunds and continue to pursue profitable practices that may violate the law and harm consumers,” Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray said in a February 2016 speech to the American Constitution Society. Jacquelyn Martin Associated Press file
“By inserting an arbitration clause into their contracts, companies can sidestep the legal system, avoid big refunds and continue to pursue profitable practices that may violate the law and harm consumers,” Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray said in a February 2016 speech to the American Constitution Society. Jacquelyn Martin Associated Press file

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