Fisher Phillips Attorney Interviewed by The Washington Post on Changes in Arbitration for #MeToo Cases
Some companies are changing their policies that require employees to engage in arbitration when pursuing remedies for sexual harassment claims. In an article published by The Washington Post, attorney Ben Ebbink explains that the technology industry is most ripe for change in this area because of the hyper-competitive nature of the field. But, Ebbink doesn’t believe that politics is a driving force in other industries. He says he hasn’t yet seen companies act out of political considerations, even if there have been state and federal efforts to ban forced arbitration for sexual harassment claims.
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