Earlier this year, the CFP Board took away the CFP’s rights to sue the Board in court and imposed a new mandatory arbitration policy. Many argue that the new arbitration policy has a lack of transparency. On September 12th, two changes will be made to the new arbitration policy:
- The Board will create a public database of arbitration cases, while keeping CFPs’ identities anonymous
- CFPs will be allowed to speak publicly about their arbitration cases against the Board.
Allowing for a public record to exist will change how the Board engages in arbitration, putting arbitrators in the public spotlight and holding them accountable for their positions.
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