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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

Supreme Court Upholds Employers’ Mandatory Arbitration Agreements Barring Class Actions

On May 21, 2018, the Supreme Court handed down a pivotal decision in the arena of employment law, ending the uncertainty over the enforceability of mandatory arbitration agreements barring class actions. The Supreme Court ruled that an employee who enters into an arbitration agreement...

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Faced with a #MeToo Claim? Hire an Outside Investigator

The #MeToo movement has changed the framework for companies faced with sexual harassment claims. The revelations of 2017 have unleashed a flood of internal and external complaints of sexual harassment and sexual hostile work environments. Companies need to develop new rapid-response reflexes. In...

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Labor & Employment

Avoiding the Hard and Soft Costs of Harassment Claims

Norris McLaughlin & Marcus’ Annmarie Simeone provides practical advice on limiting the risk of workplace claims.

CCBJ: How are companies handling compliance in terms of sexual harassment, and how should they be handling it?

Annmarie Simeone: I’ve been working with labor...

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