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Challenging Forced Arbitration Of Statutory Workplace Rights, From NELA's 2013 Program Preventing Wage Theft: A Two-Day Guide To Litigating Cases Involving Wages, Hours & Work
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decisions in Stolt-Nielsen and Concepcion have made it easier for employers to force workers into individual arbitration. What can advocates do to stop this trend? Will D.R. Horton provide the answer? Can Concepcion, which dealt with consumer class actions, be meaningfully distinguished from employment class and collective actions brought to enforce statutory workplace rights? Our veteran advocates answer these questions and more to help you successfully challenge the pernicious practice of forced arbitration.

Michael Rubin
Michael Rubin is a partner at Altshuler Berzon LLP in San Francisco and a former law clerk to Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. He specializes in appellate litigation, class actions, and labor and employment law. Mr. Rubin is a three time recipient of...More
F. Paul Bland, Jr.
F. Paul Bland, Jr., is a Senior Attorney for Public Justice and Of Counsel at Chavez & Gertler. He handles precedent-setting complex civil litigation. Mr. Bland has argued or co-argued and won more than 25 reported decisions from federal and state...More
Shannon Liss-Riordan
Shannon Liss-Riordan is a plaintiff-side employment attorney who specializes in wage and hour law. She is a national expert on class action litigation involving failure to pay wages, gratuities, overtime, minimum wage, and misclassification of...More
Originally Published
March 8, 2013

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This program contains the following components:
  1. Challenging Forced Arbitration Of Statutory Workplace Rights Audio
  2. Challenging Forced Arbitration Of Statutory Workplace Rights Paper
  3. Challenging Forced Arbitration Of Statutory Workplace Rights Handouts

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