Federal courts are beginningto scrutinize the costs imposed on employees when they are forced to arbitrateemployment disputes.

Concerned that steep filingfees and arbitrator compensation may prevent employees from vindicatingtheir rights, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit,for one, has required employers who compel arbitration as a condition ofemployment to pay the full cost of the arbitrator fees.

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