The following is an insightful commentary featured in Fortune by distinguished scholars Lewis L. Maltby (National Workrights Institute) and NAA member Theodore J. St. Antoine (University of Michigan Law School). In the piece, they shed light on the complexities of employment arbitration and challenge preconceived notions. They collaborated with Harry C. Katz and David Sherwyn from Cornell University, along with Thomas A. Kochan from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in a comprehensive study analyzing 14,654 court cases and 811 arbitration cases, titled “Comparative Analysis Of Employment Arbitration & Employment Litigation.” Previous NAA President Bill McKee highlighted the importance of these findings for employers, emphasizing how the Fortune article showcases arbitration’s value in efficient and cost-savings while maintaining due process and justice for employees.