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Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Decision another Victory For Employers Seeking to Avoid Class Actions

Just last week Mintz Levin presented a webinar on how employers can use arbitration agreements as a tool to avoid exposure to wage and hour and other class actions. The thesis of the webinar was that recent Supreme Court and...more

US Supreme Court Defers to Arbitrator’s Decision to Allow Class Arbitration in Healthcare Action

The US Supreme Court affirmed a ruling by the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit upholding an arbitrator’s decision that a contract provided for class arbitration. The Court held that where parties consent to arbitrate...more

U.S. Supreme Court Addresses Whether Arbitration Agreements That Are Silent Concerning Class-wide Arbitration Can Be Arbitrated as...

The United States Supreme Court has answered whether the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) empowers an arbitrator to determine that the parties to an arbitration agreement agreed to authorize class arbitration based only on the...more

Legal Alert: Arbitration and Class Action Waiver Issues Again Before the Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument yesterday in the first of two cases to be argued this term again raising questions regarding the enforceability of arbitration agreements and class action waivers. These cases...more

Arbitrational Trends -- Winter 2013

In This Issue: The International Front: Understanding the Unique Features of International Arbitration; The Domestic Front: The Future of Class Arbitration in the United States; and Arbitral Perspectives: An Interview...more

2012 In Arbitration Law: Is Class Arbitration Naughty Or Nice?

The big issue in arbitration law in 2012 was class arbitration. Many state court opinions that had found class arbitration waivers unconscionable were preempted under federal law based on application of Concepcion. And the...more

First Circuit Limits Ability To Avoid Class-Wide Arbitration

The First Circuit Court of Appeals recently issued a decision that has a significant impact on the ability of employers to avoid class-wide arbitration. In Fantastic Sams Franchise Corporation v. FSRO Association Ltd., the...more

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