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February 23, 2010

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Cindy

NCDS is under the same corporate umbrella as Construction Arbitration Services, Impartial Services Group, Elections Unlimited...maybe more. CAS was in two Public Citizen reports, in 2004 and again in 2009. In it, it was exposed that one of CAS's owners was a twice disbarred attorney, Marshall E. Lippman. There are and were many problems with bias against homeowners who had to use CAS for disputes because of arbitration clauses that mandated their use, in builder and home warranty contracts. See: Home Court Advantage: How the Building Industry Uses Forced Arbitration to Evade Accountability, fairarbitrationnow.org.

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