Congress weighs ban on arbitration confidentiality.

Bipartisan support is growing in Congress for legislation that would make it unlawful for employers to require confidentiality when workers settle workplace disputes through arbitration. Proponents of the bill say confidentiality clauses make it easy for employers to protect sexual predators, and abolishing the requirement would lead to less harassment. Calls to eliminate arbitration confidentiality have...

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