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- As more retailers turn to tech, Macy's store employees score victory in challenging self-checkout in mobile app
A union scored a victory in challenging Macy's self-checkout, as an arbitrator
ruled the retailer must find a way to credit store employees who get commissions.
CNBC. Friday, 30 Apr 2021.
- Lawyers fighting Samsung say the Constitution itself is at stake
Fine print in a Samsung user manual is keeping Note 7 burn victims from suing. Lawyers Devon C. Bruce and Jan H. Ohlander are fighting for their plaintiff's right to sue, instead of participate in arbitration
CBS News. Tuesday, 27 Apr 2021.
- Ruling in doping case to keep world's fastest sprinter out of Tokyo Olympics
Facing a two-year ban for missed drug tests, top U.S. sprinter Christian Coleman sees his appeal to the Court of Arbitration
for sport fall short.
Los Angeles Times. Friday, 16 Apr 2021.
- Uber is ordered to pay blind woman $1.1million after drivers balked at her service dog Bernie
Lisa Irving, a San Francisco resident, won the judgement in a binding arbitration
ruling after Uber drivers repeatedly refused her service over her Golden Retriever service dog named Bernie.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 4 Apr 2021.
- Column: AT&T's new arbitration clause isn't doing you any favors
AT&T says its revised arbitration
clause will help customers. Don't be fooled. All such provisions favor companies, not consumers, experts say.
Los Angeles Times. Friday, 19 Mar 2021.
- Motsepe to become Caf president as Ahmad appeal fails
South Africa's Patrice Motsepe will become Caf president on Friday after Ahmad's Fifa ban is reduced, but not overturned, by the Court of Arbitration
BBC News. Monday, 8 Mar 2021.
- Top Sports Court Cancels Iranian Judo Federation Suspension
Iran's suspension from international judo tournaments for refusing to allow its athletes to compete against Israeli opponents was overturned by the Court of Arbitration
for Sport (CAS) on March 1.
Radio Liberty. Monday, 1 Mar 2021.
- Washington Senate passes police arbitration bill
SEATTLE (AP) - The Washington state Senate has overwhelmingly passed a bill to create a panel of arbitrators to review police discipline decisions and to better track law enforcement arbitration
cases statewide. ...
Washington Times. Thursday, 18 Feb 2021.
- Braves beat shortstop Dansby Swanson in salary arbitration
The Atlanta Braves beat Dansby Swanson in salary arbitration, and the shortstop will earn $6 million rather than his request for $6.7 million.
Fox News. Tuesday, 16 Feb 2021.
- Amazon seller blasts the company's forced arbitration policy in congressional hearing on antitrust
An Amazon seller blasted the company's forced arbitration
policy in a congressional hearing on antitrust Thursday.
CNBC. Thursday, 11 Feb 2021.
- Los Angeles Dodgers And Walker Buehler Agree To A New $8 Million Contract, Avoiding Arbitration
Walker Buehler and the Dodgers agree to a deal that avoids an arbitration
hearing and wins for both sides under current system.
Forbes. Thursday, 11 Feb 2021.
- Mets' Davis, O's Santander lose arbitration, Rays' Choi wins
The New York Mets defeated third baseman and outfielder J.D. ...
Fox News. Saturday, 6 Feb 2021.
- Russia's Anti-Doping Agency Will Not Challenge Two-Year Doping Ban
Russia's anti-doping agency, RUSADA, says it will not appeal a decision by the Court of Arbitration
for Sport (CAS) to ban Russia from competing as a nation at sports tournaments for two years.
Radio Liberty. Monday, 25 Jan 2021.
- Arbitration Settlement Could Be First Step To Long-Term Deal Between Mets And Francisco Lindor
The New York Mets and newly acquired Francisco Lindor agreed to a one-year, $22.3-million contract to avoid a salary arbitration
Forbes. Saturday, 16 Jan 2021.
- Judge rules Danny Masterson stalking and intimidation cases must go through Scientology mediation
On Wednesday, a judge ruled that the cases brought by three women and one man against Danny Masterson must go through 'religious arbitration' within the Church of Scientology,
Daily Mail. Friday, 1 Jan 2021.
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