A law student-led campaign against DLA Piper over the firm’s use of mandatory arbitration ratcheted up Thursday with a sidewalk confrontation and threats to call the police.

A women from DLA Piper’s Washington office told student protesters that the firm was calling the police on them as they distributed leaflets outside, according to students who were present and who characterized the women’s comments as heated. Police did not show up on the scene.

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