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Kentucky Highest Court Strikes Down Enforceability of Pre-Employment Arbitration Agreements

A common provision in employment agreements may no longer be enforceable, at least for employers in Kentucky.

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SCOTUS Upholds Mandatory Individualized Proceedings in Arbitration Agreements

Earlier today the Supreme Court announced its decision in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, holding in a 5-4 split that arbitration agreements providing for individualized proceedings must be enforced. Arbitration provisions in employment contracts are quite common and often include language specifically limiting employees to individualized arbitration proceedings as opposed to class action proceedings or joint-arbitration.

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Does Mandatory Individual Arbitration Violate the NLRA: Supreme Court Hears Argument

The new term of the Supreme Court began last Monday, October 2, and the first case up has the potential to affect millions of employers and employees across the country. The case, Epic Systems Corp v. Lewis (which was consolidated with two other cases, Ernst & Young LLP v. Morris and National Labor Relations Board v. Murphy Oil USA) examines whether employment agreements requiring employers and employees to resolve employment-related disputes through individual arbitration and waive class and collective proceedings are enforceable under the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA), notwithstanding the provisions of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).

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