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Citing importance of ‘consent’, 5-4 High Court holds ambiguous contract can’t support class arbitration
Stressing the fundamental differences between individual and class arbitration under FAA preemption principles, the Court held that ambiguities in an arbitration agreement cannot provide the basis for
Retention of less-qualified younger employee in RIF supports ADEA claim
The employee made the minimal showing required at the summary judgment stage that she was qualified for the position and suffered an adverse employment action because of her age. Denying an employer’s
No revival of Title VII claim employee was fired for opposing discrimination based on her heterosexual orientation
Title VII protects employees only from retaliation for complaining about the types of discrimination it prohibits, the appeals court, stated, finding the employee’s claim failed as a matter of law. Re