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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — An Arkansas federal judge reminded a staffing business’s corporate client that the Federal Arbitration Act is not meant to “tilt the scales in favor of arbitration” after it sought to compel the arbitration of a Black mental health worker’s race discrimination claims against it, even though the client was not a signatory to the ex-employee’s arbitration agreement with the staffing agency.