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An ‘Epic’ Win for Employers

On May 21, 2018, the United States Supreme Court decided Epic Sys. Corp. v. Lewis​, finding that employment arbitration agreements that contain class action waivers are enforceable. Prior to this case, best practices required an opt-out option for employees when contemplating waiver of rights to file a class or collective action. This won’t get anyone out of claims under California’s PAGA, but it adds another tool for strategic discussion on how to limit lawsuits by rogue employees.

To discuss whether you should make changes to your existing arbitration agreements, call the attorneys at Chauvel & Glatt, LLP. We are happy to provide you with all the information you need to minimize risk and protect your business. Remember, the best defense is a great offense!

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