"This book does not function as a handbook or guide to the current state of the doctrine.....However, for those in the field who are thinking critically about the current structure of U.S. arbitration law, the authors have done a fine job of assessing areas that require further study and presenting policy based normative propositions that can and should spark critical debate." - JILP
This is a book about changing the terms of American Arbitration Law. The book contains individual views of the four co-authors and criticisms of the individual recommendations of the authors. The book contains point and counterpoint and numerous controversial ideas. The authors present the competing arguments on some of the most controversial topics in arbitration---arbitration of employment disputes between employers and their former employees and arbitration of disputes between consumers and product sellers.