Arbitration Class Waivers: Another Victim of the NLRB


Remember those pesky overtime claims where one bad policy can trigger a class action-like lawsuit? We've suggested heading off the class warfare with mandatory arbitration policies that prohibit class-wide arbitration. Well, the NLRB just stuck its nose into that too. And you can imagine how that one went...

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