The Supreme Court’s Arbitration Decisions of 2018-2019 and Implications for Class and Representative Action Employment Litigation

May 14, 2019

Glenn Danas is moderating a webinar discussion on May 14, 2019 titled: “The Supreme Court’s Arbitration Decisions of 2018-2019 and Implications for Class and Representative Action Employment Litigation.” It’s co-sponsored by the California Lawyers Association litigation and labor and employment sections.

The discussion will examine the Supreme Court’s three arbitration-related decisions from the October, 2018 term, and discuss their implications for class and representative action litigation focusing on wage and hour disputes.

Questions? Contact Christine Berndt at CBerndt@RobinsKaplan.com or 612.349.8404.

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