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Employment Class Action Blog
Background Check Disclosures with State Law Information Are Illegal, Ninth Circuit Declares in Class Action Case
February 1, 2019
Check your background check disclosure forms. Now. The Ninth Circuit has now declared that background check disclosure forms that include state law disclosures are illegal. Gilberg v. California Check Cashing Stores, LLC, Case No. 17-16263...
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Employment Class Action Blog
Texas District Court Refuses to Certify Class of Nurses in Wage Antitrust Case
By Gregory V. Mersol
January 24, 2019
Expert’s Report Didn’t Adequately Explain Causation While antitrust cases are often good candidates for class action treatment, it is still important for the plaintiffs to demonstrate a connection between the alleged anti-competitive...
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Employment Class Action Blog
District Court Decertifies Hostile Environment Sexual Harassment Suit Against Trucking Company
By Gregory V. Mersol
January 22, 2019
Most employment class actions today are wage and hour matters, but class actions for alleged discrimination are still brought and can present their own unique challenges for both plaintiffs and the defense. Apart from the procedural...
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New Prime Decision Adds Uncertainty to Arbitration in the Transportation Industry
By John B. Lewis
January 17, 2019
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in New Prime v. Oliveira, No. 17-340 (Jan. 15, 2019), has added uncertainty to arbitration agreements in the transportation industry by holding that the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) § 1 exception covers...
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Employment Class Action Blog
Supreme Court Decides First Arbitration Case on Its Docket – Henry Schien, Inc. v. Archer & White Sales, Inc.
By John B. Lewis
January 15, 2019
As we noted in our Dec. 19, 2018, blog article, there were three arbitration cases involving the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA), all argued in October 2018, pending on the Court’s docket. Now, in a unanimous opinion written by Justice Brett...
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