On November 18, 2019, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit revived a potentially sweeping class action against Sterling Jewelers, Inc. (“Sterling”), holding that potentially tens of thousands of female employees could take part in an arbitration class involving claims of sex discrimination. The Second Circuit’s holding is the latest in the … Continue Reading
The editors wanted to share this analysis, by Proskauer’s Employment Litigation and Arbitration Group, of the Second Circuit’s interesting recent decision requiring a Title VII plaintiff, even in a class action, to arbitrate her claims:… Continue Reading
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