I previously wrote here about the NLRB case, D.R. Horton, which found that mandatory arbitration agreements violate the National Labor Relations Act. The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals overruled that decision in December 2013. Apparently that does not bother the NLRB… What’s up with that –and what’s an employer to do? We should –and will–talk about that–after the […]
Happy Thanksgiving! We have been exploring pitfalls encountered when employers require employees to submit employment-related disputes to binding arbitration rather than filing a lawsuit. This week, The Emplawyerologist focuses on the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)’s attempt to limit this practice by employers.