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Foley & Foley

Sherry Foley & Tim Foley

Appellate Practice, Estate Planning & Administration, Education and Commercial Litigation

May 2019

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Employers Using Forced Arbitration to Fire Reservists

This newsletter chronicles the many ways in which our service members are victimized by unscrupulous business practices, financial scams and poor care. It’s a must read for anyone either serving themselves or with family in the military. Those in the reserves should also be concerned about the growing number of employers who fire a reservist while deployed. These companies use a loophole called forced arbitration to get around the law. Click below and read how this tactic is gaining traction throughout the country, threatening the rights of all Americans including those who serve our country.

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A Special Report: Fighting for Those Who Fight for Us

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Brave servicemen and women, many of whom are young and financially inexperienced, make enormous sacrifices to represent and defend our country abroad. So, you’d think our soldiers would be protected at home, right? But now a troubling new report uncovers how some big corporations, shady lenders and sometimes even our own government not only fail to protect our military members, but actively exploit them for profit.



Over 175,000 service members have reported health concerns due to open burn pits used in Afghanistan, Iraq and other countries.


Burn Pits Cause Health Problems for Vets

Open-air pits used to burn tons of waste every day in Iraq and Afghanistan are causing lung disease, lesions and more in veterans. 



Members of the military have double the risk for identity theft compared to civilians. Here’s what soldiers and their families can do to protect themselves:

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