In our recent series of blog posts, we have discussed how corporations are taking away the rights of both their consumers and employees through arbitration clauses.
Today we continue a series of blog posts that center around a critical topic for each and every one of us.  This topic is arbitration clauses and the impact they are having on both consumers and employees. 
Do you remember the last time you purchased a vehicle?  Do you remember agreeing upon a price then finally being called into a finance office to complete the sale?   
While an employee working from home was considered a rarity as recently as ten years ago, advancements in technology have led to a dramatic shift in the work environment over the past decade.  In fact, American Community Survey found that the number of people telecommuting rose 79 percent between 2005 and 2012, which accounts for nearly 30 percent of the…
  1. The Coverages : There are 5 types of coverages A. Personal Injury Protection (PIP) - This is the coverage that pays the doctors if you are injured in an accident. PIP pays your medical bills even if you caused the accident (sometimes called "No Fault"). B. Liability - This covers damages suffered by others in accidents you cause, and also…
The Honorable Stephanie A. Mitterhoff, J.S.C., in a well written and thorough opinion, held that the YMCA is not a charitable organization for purposes of New Jersey’s Charitable Immunity Act (“CIA”). By so holding, the YMCA may be sued for personal injuries caused by its negligence.

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