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- Senators introduce surprise medical bill ban with arbitration
A bipartisan Senate coalition made its long-awaited pitch to end surprise medical bills, with arbitration as a final resort if providers and insurers aren't happy with proposed pay rates.
Modern Healthcare. Thursday, 16 May 2019.
- A Priest Impregnated a Teenager. Decades Later, Should He Be Allowed to Teach?
An arbitrator ruled last month that Joseph DeShan can remain in the classroom, igniting a debate between parents determined to oust him and those who defend the longtime teacher.
New York Times. Wednesday, 8 May 2019.
- Riot Games employees walk out to protest forced arbitration
More than 150 workers at video game developer Riot Games walked out of the company's Los Angeles headquarters
CBS News. Tuesday, 7 May 2019.
- Riot Games employees walk out to protest forced arbitration - CNET
Walkout comes after reports that female employees were subjected to sexual harassment.
CNET. Tuesday, 7 May 2019.
- Olympic chief sympathizes with Semenya, respects CAS decision
Olympic chief Thomas Bach said on Saturday he had sympathy for Caster Semenya but respected the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS)'s decision that means the South African athlete will have to reduce her testosterone levels to compete.
Reuters. Friday, 3 May 2019.
- Factbox: South African athlete Semenya loses appeal against testosterone rule
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has dismissed an appeal by South African middle-distance runner Caster Semenya against regulations that restrict testosterone levels in female athletes.
Reuters. Wednesday, 1 May 2019.
- The Caster Semenya case could shape the future of women's sports
The Court of Arbitration for Sport is about to release its decision in the landmark case between South African runner Caster Semenya and the world governing body for track and field. ...
CBC News. Tuesday, 30 Apr 2019.
- Split 5 to 4, Supreme Court Deals a Blow to Class Arbitrations
The justices ruled that an arbitration clause in an employment contract barred workers from banding together to pursue privacy claims.
New York Times. Wednesday, 24 Apr 2019.
- SCOTUS conservatives limit workers' ability to resolve disputes collectively through arbitration
The case is the latest in a string of rulings strengthening the power of firms to compel employees to resolve disputes through individual arbitration, a practice businesses argue is more efficient and worker advocates say enables abuse.
CNBC. Wednesday, 24 Apr 2019.
- George Landrith: Binding arbitration for medicines is just a clever name for government price controls
Alongside the cherry blossoms, a dangerous new policy is blooming in Washington.
Fox News. Tuesday, 23 Apr 2019.
- NYC Ballet must rehire 2 dancers fired over nude photos
An arbitrator has ordered New York City Ballet to reinstate two male dancers who were fired for sharing nude photos of women and sexually explicit texts
ABC News. Friday, 19 Apr 2019.
- Private jet service JetSmarter agrees to $3 million arbitration settlement
JetSmarter has reached an agreement to settle claims made by some of its members that the company engaged in unfair and deceptive practices, according to a settlement notice.
CNBC. Monday, 8 Apr 2019.
- German Marquez And Rockies Expected To Finalize A 5-Year, $43 Million Contract Extension
The deal would buy out all three of Marquez's arbitration years and his first year of free agency.
Forbes. Thursday, 4 Apr 2019.
- The Rockies' Rotation Is Quite Capable And Very Inexpensive
The five starters on the Opening Day roster will make a combined $10 million this season, a bargain because the top two members of the rotation aren't yet arbitration eligible.
Forbes. Wednesday, 27 Mar 2019.
- Texas cop who lost his job for trying to feed feces sandwich to homeless person wins appeal
San Antonio Police Officer Matthew Luckhurst who was dismissed in October 2016 for giving a homeless person a feces sandwich won his appeal with an arbitrator to overturn the decision this month.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 24 Mar 2019.
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