Rules Are for Schmucks: Religious Arbitration –

The New York Times has been running a series of articles exposing a major shift in American dispute resolution, away from the use of civil courts and toward reliance on out-of-court “arbitration.” Instead of using a government-employed judge and a full-blown trial, arbitration typically relies on a private citizen arbitrator, using vastly simplified (and therefore […]

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