Employers in recent years have promulgated arbitration programs to resolve disputes with their present and former employees. Arbitration may in many cases provide a lower-cost forum than litigation for resolving such disputes. But the problem of representation of Americans of modest incomes still remains. Ann Hodges explores in this chapter whether labor unions can help address that representation gap.
Ann C. Hodges, Union Representation in Employment Arbitration, in Beyond Elite Law: Access to Civil Justice in America 550 (Samuel Estreicher & Joy Radice eds., 2016).