news1

The Future of the Transportation Worker Exemption to Mandatory Arbitration – Clarity for the Gig Economy?

In 1925, the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”) was enacted to ensure the validity and enforcement of arbitration agreements due to a national policy favoring arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism. Today, companies are requiring the resolution of disputes through arbitration, rather than judicial proceedings, in an increasing number of both consumer and employment agreements.[1] Section 1 of the FAA provides an exception to mandatory arbitration; the FAA does not apply to “contracts of employment of...

ARBITRATE ARTICLES

Video

VIEW ALL

Arbitration Conversation No. 64: Richard Ormond and Jake Stango of Ejudicate.com

In this episode of the Arbitration Conversation Amy interviews Richard Ormond and Jake Stango, the founders of ejudicate.com, an online arbitration service provider (a new ODR start-up) based in Los Angeles, California (learn more at http://ejudicate.com).

The discussion focuses on B2B online arbitration (OArb), describing their process, their reasons for founding the company, and how text-based arbitration can be both fair and efficient.

By Richard Ormond, Jake Stango, Amy Schmitz

Find an Arbitrator

X
X
X