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Supreme Court Reverses NLRB, Rules Individual Arbitration Agreements Enforceable

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    Supreme Court Reverses NLRB, Rules Individual Arbitration Agreements Enforceable

    By Adam Santucci on May 22, 2018 07:00 am

    The Supreme Court of the United States held today that arbitration agreements, which waive the right to proceed as part of a class or collective action, are enforceable in the employment context. In Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, the Court held that employment agreements that call for individualized arbitration proceedings to resolve workplace disputes between...

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