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Last night when I opened my @lyft app I saw new terms & conditions. Because I'm a lawyer, I scrolled. What I saw made me so mad I closed the app & hailed a cab. @lyft is not only forcing people into #arbitration, they are now requiring #PAGA waivers 😡⬇️ lyft.com/terms
@lyft What's #PAGA and why is it bad to waive your right to it? Since most companies now require #forcedarbitration, one of the only ways to get justice in court is through whistle blower statutes called "Private Attorney Generals Act's" populardemocracy.org/sites/default/…
@lyft Basically #PAGA allows someone who would otherwise be forced into secret arbitration to bring their claims to light and get justice. So what @lyft is doing is really heinous. It is saying to users: change the law all you want, we will just require you to waive your rights.
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Panel 2 at the MANE Forum: A flourishing era of Asian #mediation.

Moderator: Mr Viswa Sadasivan
Panellists: Mr Akira Kawamura, Mr Jerry Zhang, Ms Laila T Ollapally, Prof Hi-Taek Shin, Mr George Lim SC.

George is an IMI Board member, and Laila represents CAMP, an IMI QAP.
Akira Kawamura re ADR in Japan: "Now we have a game-changer.".

The Kyoto centre:
1. Provides international mediation facilities
2. Is a centre for mediation research and education

On the verge of opening a new similar centre in Tokyo.
#mediation #arbitration #Japan
Laila T Ollapally - unless mediation is as lucrative as other forms of dispute resolution, we're not going to attract the best candidates.

#mediation #mediators

"The second wave of the mediation revolution is in our DNA."
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My thread on the interim decision of the Swiss Federal Tribunal in the @caster800m case.

Full decision in French at bger.ch/ext/eurospider…

It highlights key features of the #LexSportiva & the ‘complicity’ of Swiss law in sheltering it from review.

#Sportslaw #CAS
1. The #SFT reminds us that its control of #CAS awards is narrow. Hence, it orders interim measures only if it is ‘very likely’ that an appellant will prevail.

This is because Swiss law is traditionally favourable to international arbitration.

#Sportslaw #Arbitration #Semenya
2. This is extremely problematic because #CAS arbitration unlike international arbitration is in general not based in consent (see ECtHR in #Pechstein) and should not enjoy the same quasi-immunity from state control.

#Sportslaw #Arbitration #Semenya
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