NLRB; arbitration; Fifth Circuit

Authored by Andrew Scroggins

As expected, the Fifth Circuit once again has rejected the NLRB’s highly controversial position that the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) prohibits employers from requiring mandatory arbitration agreements that preclude employees from filing class or collective claims in any forum.

The Fifth Circuit first took up the issue nearly two years ago, when it set
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