A measure seeking to establish certain consumer protections in arbitration, including curtailing the threat of fee shifting and weeding out conflicts of interest, was signed into law by Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday.

The law is intended to prevent arbitration organizations from administering cases in which the organization has, or has had, a financial interest. It applies to any arbitration administrator who provides services for disputes that result in mandatory arbitration between a consumer and a company.

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