Employment-Related Class Action Waivers Are Now Enforceable…But What Does That Mean for Operators? 

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July 2018
Heather Bailey
NAMA In Touch Magazine 

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In May, the U.S. Supreme Court finally ruled on a much-anticipated debate and found that employers can enforce class action waivers included in employment-related arbitration agreements. In a recent article published in NAMA’s In Touch Magazine, Heather Bailey discusses the pros and cons of asking employees to sign arbitration agreements. As Heather states in the article, “The fact that an operator can require employees to sign arbitration agreements does not always mean that operators should.”

The full article, “Employment-Related Class Action Waivers Are Now Enforceable…But What Does That Mean for Operators?” can be read in the Summer 2018 edition of In Touch.