More on the EEOC’s Rescission of its Anti-Arbitration Policy
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

As reported in SAA 2019-48 (Dec. 18), the EEOC has formally rescinded a Clinton-era policy against mandatory arbitration of workplace discrimination claims.

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District Court Grants TRO in Business Groups’ Challenge to New California Law Restricting Employment PDAA Use and Enforcement
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

Just as it was about to go into effect, a federal judge enjoined the planned January 1,

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Edward D. Jones & Co. LP v. Peterson
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By Paul J. Dubow

In deciding whether to issue a TRO, a court must consider 1) a likelihood of success on the merits;

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B. Riley FBR, Inc. f/k/a B. Riley & Co., LLC v. Clarke
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By Samuel B. Edwards

Court grants in part and denies in part a motion to dismiss, specifically finding that the plaintiff had pled fraud with sufficient particularity to survive dismissal,

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Coit Capital Securities, LLC v. Turbine Asset Holdings, LLC
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By David C. Franceski, Jr.

Counterclaims in a breach of contract action, which are not purely defensive in nature, but seek an affirmative declaration that Letter Agreements at issue are void and unenforceable,

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More on the Whistleblower Improvement Act, and Another Anti-Arbitration Bill is Introduced
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

We briefly mentioned in SAA 2019-37 (Sep. 25) that the bipartisan Whistleblower Programs Improvement Act had been introduced in the Senate.

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