Laid-off Twitter Workers have been Forced to Drop their Class-Action Lawsuit Demanding more Severance Pay

Five laid-off Twitter workers have been forced to drop their class-action lawsuit against the company and have been ordered by a judge to file individual claims for arbitration instead.

US District Judge James Donato ruled in Twitter’s favor in an order on Friday, saying that the former workers had signed arbitration agreements as part of their employment contracts with Twitter, which said they would bring legal disputes against the company in arbitration rather than in court and included a class-action waiver…

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