The long-running battle over collective action waivers in the arbitration clauses of employment agreements continues to rage in the Courts of Appeals. Two recent decisions (and the cert petitions filed in their wake) may well lead the Supreme Court to … Continue Reading
Cardozo Law Professor Myriam Gilles made her name as a class action scholar when, years before Concepcion, she identified (and publicized) the defense tactic of requiring potential plaintiffs to arbitrate their claims instead of bringing class actions.
Her … Continue Reading
A busy travel and work schedule this week means that today, I’m just going to point you to three cases with lessons class-action lawyers should be aware of. So, when defending your class actions, don’t forget:
- When removing under CAFA,