DR Horton Bars GameStop Arbitration Program: NLRB Judge

Law360, New York (August 30, 2013, 6:31 PM ET) -- A National Labor Relations Board judge applied the controversial D.R. Horton decision Thursday, finding that a GameStop Corp. arbitration program barring class or collective litigation over employment-related claims was unlawful, even regarding California employees who were allowed to opt out.

Administrative Law Judge Gerald Etchingham said that the GameStop C.A.R.E.S. — Concerned Associates Reaching Equitable Solutions — was unlawful pursuant to Horton for workers across the board, and noted that information about California workers' ability to opt out of the program was buried in the program's...
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