This past week The National Law Journal published an article that examined how lower courts are ruling in the wake of Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, a significant 2018 decision on workplace arbitration contracts.

Ruling 5-4 in Epic, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that contracts requiring employees to arbitrate individually rather than collectively must be enforced, concluding the bar on collective action doesn’t violate the National Labor Relations Act.

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