Strippers’ Claims Of Club Using Unfair Arbitration Deals Fail

Law360, San Diego (February 24, 2014, 10:30 PM EST) -- Exotic dancers’ bid that a Georgia federal court should reconsider the dismissal of an opt-in plaintiff from their wage-and-hour collective action against a strip club, which allegedly disseminated an arbitration agreement to block potential class members from the case, fell flat on Monday.

In their bid for reconsideration and motion for interlocutory appeal, the dancers argued that the court shouldn’t have dismissed opt-in plaintiff Kwanza Edwards from the suit in January because the dissemination of an arbitration agreement by Great American Dream Inc., which does business...
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