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California Employees Can Waive Class Claims In An Arbitration Agreement, But Not PAGA Claims -
Resolving an issue that has created uncertainty for California employers, the California Supreme Court recently held in...more
The United States Supreme Court has held that arbitrators, not courts, bear the primary responsibility for interpreting and applying a local litigation requirement of an investment treaty between the United Kingdom and...more
A federal district court denied a motion to compel arbitration for claims for injunctive relief under California’s unfair competition law, Consumer Legal Remedies Act, and false advertising law but granted the motion as to...more
Employers and employees often enter into non-compete agreements that limit an employee’s ability to compete with an employer during, or after, the employee’s employment. These agreements are often the subject of intense...more
While class actions continue to grow in importance as a means of resolving consumer disputes with U.S. businesses that provide credit cards, consumer lending, wireless telephones and other services, such providers customarily...more
International Commercial Arbitration is the preferred method of dispute resolution between parties from different legal jurisdictions precisely because of its flexibility
in the choice of law. Yet, that same flexibility...more
This brief analysis of Latin American constitutionalism evaluates how the use of international arbitration can be a more effective tool of contract compliance given the region's traditional skepticism of enforcement...more
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