Congress Approves New Law Banning Mandatory Arbitration of Sexual Harassment Claims
Anti-Arbitration Bills Are on the Move in Congress
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Sometimes when ruling on a motion to compel arbitration, a court can be faced with questions of whether the parties actually agreed to arbitrate the dispute. In this case, the influential appeals court has set out a clear rule that when this happens,
CWC’s latest “Interstate” update looks at recent employment-related state and local developments that have occurred in the Southern Region of the U.S.
The National Labor Relations Board has ruled that an employer did not violate federal labor law even after it revised its arbitration policy in response to a wage and hour lawsuit. In so ruling, the agency relied on a recent Supreme Court decision fi
In the wake of numerous rulings by the U.S. Supreme Court over the last two decades upholding the validity of employment arbitration as an alternative to court litigation, the EEOC has finally abandoned its 1997 policy statement to the contrary.
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