Cozen O’Connor: Arbitration agreements and class waivers: Recent developments and strategies for employers (Part 2) [Inside Counsel]

Arbitration agreements and class waivers: Recent developments and strategies for employers (Part 2) [Inside Counsel]

Tina Syring, a member of Cozen O'Connor's Labor & Employment department, wrote for Inside Counsel about the strategies employers should consider in developing and implementing such arbitration agreements and class waivers and potential pitfalls to avoid. As discussed in Part 1 of this two-part series, the legal landscape has changed regarding the enforceability of arbitration agreements and class waivers following three recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions. Given the trend that several courts will enforce employment arbitration agreements and class litigation waivers, employers should carefully consider developing and implementing such agreements and class waivers as a mechanism to avoid costly litigation.

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Tina A. Syring

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