On April 24, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court split 5-4 on yet another arbitration case. The result is that an employee was forced out of court – and left either to use single-file arbitration or get no remedy at all. The four dissenting justices filed four opinions detailing the different ways in which they disagreed with Chief Justice Robert’s majority decision.
Judith Resnik (Yale Law School) and Equal Rights Advocates; Senior Counsel for Workplace Justice and Public Policy Jessica Stender
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