SAN JOSE — The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on Monday avoided a collision with the California Supreme Court on a hot-button issue in employment class actions.

Addressing a question of first impression as to the scope of federal arbitration law, the Ninth Circuit ruled, 2-1, that the right to pursue claims under California’s Private Attorney General Act cannot be waived as part of workplace arbitration agreements.

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