arbitration fairness act

Lost in the shuffle of the COBRA subsidy extension have been new restrictions that prohibit some defense contractors from using mandatory arbitration provisions with their employees.

The Washington Employment Law Update does an excellent job at recapping the relevant provisions and points out that there will be new certification requirements for such contractors in mid

Earlier this year, the Supreme Court revisited the subject of arbitration provisions in the employment context, creating some concern among legislators about the implications of this decision. 

In this week’s Connecticut Law Tribune, my colleague Cara Ceraso has drafted a nifty article about legislation now pending in Congress that would allow employees to bring their

You know it’s summer when the most exciting headline in employment law over the last day seems to be the markup of an arbitration fairness bill by a House Judiciary Subcommittee.  Not terribly exciting.  If you’d like more details on that bill, Workplace Horizons has a nice little summary and does it’s typical terrific job on keeping