U.S. Supreme Court to Decide Whether Class Action Waivers are Illegal

Class Action Waivers

Many employees have experienced the same thing at their new job – they show up for their first day of work and are forced to sign a stack of paperwork. In recent times, many employers who plan on cheating their workers out of pay have been adding two documents to that stack: (1) an agreement […]

Supreme Court Refuses to Review California Supreme Court Arbitration Decision

Broken Contract, Ended Arbitration

The information on this website and blog does not constitute legal advice.   For the second time, the United States Supreme Court refused to hear a challenge to the California Supreme Court’s holding that state Private Attorney General Act (“PAGA”) claims cannot be compelled to arbitration, despite language in employment arbitration agreements containing class action […]