INSIGHT: California’s Rebuke of Forced Arbitration in Limbo, Full of Uncertainty

February 11, 2020

California’s law limiting arbitration in the workplace remains in limbo because of multiple legal challenges. Robins Kaplan partner Glenn Danas says questions remain regarding the new law’s application, including whether it is preempted by federal law, and offers advice for employees and employers.

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