Cutting Arbitration Classes: Facing Court Defeats on Workplace Waivers, the NLRB Refuses To Back Down

Source: Russ Bleemer, Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation, Volume 34 Issue 1, January 2016
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From the abstract:
If 2015’s final quarter is viewed as a leading indicator, the New Year’s ADR landscape will be dominated by legal brawling over mandatory class-action waivers in employment arbitration. And the current battles put the issue closer to a conclusive U.S. Supreme Court decision on whether employers can force workers to agree to forego class actions in court or arbitration as a condition of taking their jobs.