The American Association for Justice, which lobbies on behalf of plaintiffs lawyers, won a small victory last month in the long war over mandatory arbitration. Congress banned defense contractors from including in their employment contracts any provisions that require arbitration — clearing the way for more employment disputes to be taken to court.

On Monday, the group’s top lobbyist said it’s time to do the same for contracts between nursing homes and patients.

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