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Seventh Circuit Holds Class Action Waivers Are Unlawful And Unenforceable Creating A Circuit Split
The Seventh Circuit held that an arbitration agreement, which required employees to submit to individual arbitration for any wage and hour claims against the company, violates the NLRA...
United States
14 Jun 2016
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Second Circuit Holds That The Fair Labor Standards Act Does Not Bar The Enforcement Of Class Action Waivers
In light of the Second Circuit’s decisions in Southerland and Raniere, employers should feel more confident that arbitration agreements containing class action waivers of FLSA claims will ultimately be deemed enforceable by courts in the Second Circuit.
United States
18 Aug 2013
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Second Circuit Upholds Enforceability Of Arbitration Agreements That Bar Title VII Class Actions, Finding That There Is No Substantive Statutory Right To Pursue A Pattern-Or-Practice Claim
The Second Circuit has recently issued its opinion in Parisi v. Goldman Sachs & Co., Case No. 11-5229, reversing a decision from the Southern District of New York, and holding that arbitration agreements which preclude Title VII class actions are enforceable.
United States
 
8 Apr 2013
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