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Cliff Palefsky is a civil rights and employment lawyer. He is a partner in the San Francisco law firm of McGuinn, Hillsman and Palefsky. Mr. Palefsky was a co-founder of the National Employment Lawyers Association and is the Co-Chair of its Forced Arbitration Task Force and ADR Practice Group. Mr. Palefsky has been involved in many of the leading forced arbitration cases as either counsel or amicus, including Gentry v. Circuit City, Duffield v. Robertson Stephens, Armendariz v. Foundation Health Psychcare, Little v. Auto Stiegler, Circuit City v. Adams, and EEOC v. Luce Forward, in addition to many other cases across the country. He has also been deeply involved in both state and federal legislative efforts dealing with forced arbitration. Mr. Palefsky has written and spoken extensively on the subject of forced arbitration. He received his J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center in 1977.

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