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April 3, 2009

The Supreme Court Opens the Door to Mandatory Arbitration of Discrimination Claims for Union Members

Littler Shareholders Bruce Sarchet and Gavin Appleby discuss the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in 14

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March 13, 2009

California Court of Appeal Finds Arbitration Agreement With PAGA Waiver Unenforceable

On March 10, 2009, the California Second District Court of Appeal in Franco v. Athens Disposal Company,

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March 3, 2008

Federal Arbitration Act Trumps State Laws Lodging Primary Jurisdiction in State Administrative Forums

In Preston v. Ferrer, No. 06-1463 (Feb. 20, 2008) ("Preston"), the U.S. Supreme Court once again upheld

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September 17, 2007

Gentry v. Superior Court: California Supreme Court Sets a High Bar for Enforcing Class Arbitration Waiver Clauses

By a closely-divided 4-3 vote and over a vigorous dissent, the California Supreme Court broke new ground

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August 31, 2006

Agreements to Submit Disputes to a Judicial Referee May Allow Employers to Avoid the Pitfalls of Jury Trials and Arbitration

The United States Supreme Court endorsed the use of binding arbitration to resolve employment disputes

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June 26, 2006

Employment Arbitration Policies Must Expressly Exclude NLRA Charges

All private sector employers that maintain mandatory employment arbitration policies for nonunion employees

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August 2, 2005

For The California Supreme Court, Predispute Contractual Waiver of Right to Jury Trial Are Not Enforceable in Civil Actions Under California Law

Among the greatest fears of many employers is the chance that a runaway jury could impose a potentially

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June 29, 2005

The California Supreme Court Leaves a Window of Opportunity for Class Action Waiver Clauses in Employment Arbitration Agreements

On June 27, 2005, the California Supreme Court issued a long-awaited decision in Discover Bank v. Superior

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August 31, 2004

Arizona Supreme Court Refuses to Enforce Arbitration Agreement Based on the Arizona Uniform Arbitration Act

In a surprise ruling, the Arizona Supreme Court has declined to enforce arbitration agreements made between

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