Tag: Labor Arbitration

Canada – Arbitration Clause Not Consideration; Provides Only Detriment to Contracting Party author.

Canada – Arbitration Clause Not Consideration; Provides Only Detriment to Contracting Party

This article was first published on the Arbitration Matters blog, here. In Goberdhan v Knights of Columbus, 2022 ONSC 3788, Justice...

By Lisa C. Munro
The SCOTUS “Arbitration Quartet” – What You Need to Know author.

The SCOTUS “Arbitration Quartet” – What You Need to Know

Introduction As our readers know, the Supreme Court just concluded a very busy Term that included an unprecedented five arbitration-centric...

By George Friedman
Supreme Court Limits California’s PAGA Law on Employment Claims, Preempting It in Part under the Federal Arbitration Act author.

Supreme Court Limits California’s PAGA Law on Employment Claims, Preempting It in Part under the Federal Arbitration Act

This article was first published in CPR Speaks, The Blog of the CPR Institute, here. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled...

By Arjan Bir Singh Sodhi, Russ Bleemer
Arbitration of PAGA Claims & Uncertainty in the Future of US Arbitration author.

Arbitration of PAGA Claims & Uncertainty in the Future of US Arbitration

The United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Viking River Cruises, Inc. v. Moriana, No. 20-1573, on March 30,...

By Imre Szalai
Ontario, Canada: Another Arbitration Decision Upholds Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy author.

Ontario, Canada: Another Arbitration Decision Upholds Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy

This article was first published on the Littler® Insight Blog (Link here) and is reprinted here with permission. In Unifor Local...

By Rhonda B. Levy, Barry Kuretzky
In Case You Missed Them, Here Are the Top 10 Highlights of Arbitration in 2021 author.

In Case You Missed Them, Here Are the Top 10 Highlights of Arbitration in 2021

In case you missed them, here are the Top 10 Highlights of Arbitration in 2021 to look back on as...

By Amy Schmitz
And Then There Were Four: SCOTUS Takes on Fourth Arbitration-Related Case in a Month author.

And Then There Were Four: SCOTUS Takes on Fourth Arbitration-Related Case in a Month

This article was first published on the Securities Arbitrate Alert, here. In about a month, the Supreme Court has gone...

By George Friedman
The Future of the Transportation Worker Exemption to Mandatory Arbitration – Clarity for the Gig Economy? author.

The Future of the Transportation Worker Exemption to Mandatory Arbitration – Clarity for the Gig Economy?

In 1925, the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”) was enacted to ensure the validity and enforcement of arbitration agreements due to...

By Brittany Munn
Divided Ninth Circuit Ruling on California AB-51 FAA Preemption is also a Split Decision: Statute is Preempted in Part author.

Divided Ninth Circuit Ruling on California AB-51 FAA Preemption is also a Split Decision: Statute is Preempted in Part

This article first appeared on the Securities Arbitration Alert, here. A split Ninth Circuit has finally ruled on the validity...

By George Friedman
In the Crosshairs: U.S. Congress Again Takes Aim at Arbitration Agreements in Employment Context author.

In the Crosshairs: U.S. Congress Again Takes Aim at Arbitration Agreements in Employment Context

In the U.S. Congress’ latest proposal to strike against arbitration, Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler and Labor Committee Chairman Robert...

By John Schaffer, Marla Presley
AAA Promulgates New Supplementary Procedures for Multiple Case Filings author.

AAA Promulgates New Supplementary Procedures for Multiple Case Filings

This article first appeared on Securities Arbitration Alert, here. In what we are certain is a reaction to a flurry...

By George Friedman
Eleventh Circuit Clears the Road to Arbitration for Last-Mile Drivers author.

Eleventh Circuit Clears the Road to Arbitration for Last-Mile Drivers

This article first appeared on LexBlog.com, here. Seyfarth Synopsis: Though it may sound esoteric, the question of whether “last mile” drivers...

By Lennon B. Haas, Kyle Petersen, Kevin M. Young
Are We Seeing the Start of a Tectonic Shift on Mandatory PDAAs in the Financial Services Field? author.

Are We Seeing the Start of a Tectonic Shift on Mandatory PDAAs in the Financial Services Field?

This article first appeared on Securities Arbitration Alert (SAA), here. This is less a letter from the editor and more...

By George Friedman
Arbitration Conversation No. 58: Prof. Rachel J. Goedken, Director, Werner Institute, Creighton Law author.

Arbitration Conversation No. 58: Prof. Rachel J. Goedken, Director, Werner Institute, Creighton Law

In this episode of the Arbitration Conversation Amy interviews Professor Rachel J. Goedken, Director of the Werner Institute at Creighton...

By Rachel Goedken, Amy Schmitz
Reminder Of American Exceptionalism In Consumer Arbitration author.

Reminder Of American Exceptionalism In Consumer Arbitration

“American exceptionalism” has been used to reference the United States’ outlier policies in various contexts, including its love for litigation. ...

By Amy Schmitz
Supreme Court of Canada finds Uber Arbitration Clause is Unconscionable author.

Supreme Court of Canada finds Uber Arbitration Clause is Unconscionable

This article first appeared on Global Arbitration News by Baker McKenzie, here. In Uber Technologies Inc. v. Heller, 2020 SCC 16 (“Uber v....

By Christina Doria, Brittany Shales
GAO Report Says Arbitration Has Impacted Servicemember Rights, But to what Extent is Unclear author.

GAO Report Says Arbitration Has Impacted Servicemember Rights, But to what Extent is Unclear

This article first appeared on the Securities Arbitration Alert Blog, here. The Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) has released a Report...

By George Friedman
Arbitration Conversation No. 24: Hilary Mofsowitz, South African Labor and Employment Arbitrator author.

Arbitration Conversation No. 24: Hilary Mofsowitz, South African Labor and Employment Arbitrator

In this episode of the Arbitration Conversation Amy interviews Hilary Mofsowitz, a South African Labor and Employment Arbitrator with the...

By Hilary Mofsowitz, Amy Schmitz
Arbitration Conversation No. 8: Prof. Richard Frankel of Drexel University School of Law author.

Arbitration Conversation No. 8: Prof. Richard Frankel of Drexel University School of Law

In this episode of the Arbitration Conversation Amy interviews Prof. Richard Frankel, Associate Professor of Law and Director of the...

By Richard Frankel, Amy Schmitz

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