A Great Day for Employees Before the United States Supreme Court!

On Tuesday, the United States Supreme Court severely limited the reach of its 2011 class action decision in Wal-Mart Stores v. Dukes.  Remember, Dukes threw out a large class action against Wal-Mart alleging race discrimination in promotional opportunities.  The case has been a killer for potential class action claims in employment cases.  Not anymore. In...

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Forced arbitration is the single most discriminatory force in employment law today

Forced arbitration is the single most discriminatory force in employment law today. Forced arbitration allows companies to avoid judges and juries in favor of arbitrators who are paid by the company and who are less likely to find for employees who have been victimized by unlawful discrimination. Worse yet, forced arbitration often times includes a...

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