Arbitration Under Siege: Reforming Consumer and Employment Arbitration and Class Actions

Source: George Padis, Texas Law Review, Vol. 91, 2013

From the abstract:
In this Note, Mr. Padis argues that binding arbitration clauses in consumer and employment contracts should continue to be enforced because arbitration provides employees and consumers important advantages. At the same time, however, consumer and employment arbitration must be seriously reformed. The Note concludes that the reform should be sensitive to the different concerns that arise from different types of disputes, instead of the blunderbuss approaches that have emerged out of Congress and the Supreme Court.