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.
Welcome back! Let’s continue our discussion of clearing the hurdles to writing enforceable arbitration clauses in employment agreements. We have thus far established that under the FAA, arbitration clauses/agreements must provide employees an effective mechanism for asserting and maintaining any rights they would have under federal statutes. (Again, most if not all states have their […]