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Class Arbitration Waivers Validated by the Eleventh Circuit in FLSA Actions

The Eleventh Circuit in Walthour v. Chipio Windshield Repair, LLC, No. 13-11309 (11th Cir. March 21, 2014) recently joined the Second, Fourth, Fifth, and Eighth Circuits in upholding class arbitration waivers in a Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) action.  Plaintiffs in Walthour argued that the statutory right to file a collective action under the FLSA cannot … Continue reading

Concepcion and Amex Head South: In North Carolina Your Class Arbitration Waiver May Now Be Enforced Despite the State’s 2008 Tillman Case

The North Carolina Court of Appeals recently declared the enforceability of class arbitration waivers despite the North Carolina Supreme Court’s previous decision in Tillman v. Commercial Credit Loans, Inc., 362 N.C. 93, 655 S.E.2d 362 (2008), which invalidated an arbitration agreement based, in part, on a class arbitration waiver.  In companion cases, Torrence v. Nationwide … Continue reading

The U.S. Supreme Court Ended the Term with an Exclamation Mark at the End of Its Statement on Class Actions and Arbitration: The Amex and Oxford Health Decisions

            The Supreme Court’s October 2012 Term could rightly be named “The Year of the Class Action.”  The High Court received many petitions for review and ultimately issued more than five decisions that tackled issues impacting the landscape of class action practice from questions regarding federal jurisdiction under the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005 … Continue reading

The Class Arbitration Waiver is Back at the U.S. Supreme Court: Insights from Arguments in the Amex Federal Antitrust Case

            The line-up of class action cases to be reviewed and ruled upon by the U.S. Supreme Court this year is stacked with heavy hitters.  On the same day that the Court issued its opinion in the Amgen securities fraud class action case (covered in last week’s post), the Court heard oral arguments in American … Continue reading

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