Employers took a shot to the solar plexus Thursday when the California Supreme Court ruled that some employment arbitration agreements prohibiting class actions are unenforceable.
The court, in a 4-3 ruling authored by Justice Carlos Moreno, held that such agreements, in some instances, “pose a serious obstacle” to enforcing employees’ right to overtime pay.
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