NLRB Judge Puts Brakes On Limo Co.'s Arbitration Pact
By Ben James
Law360, New York (June 4, 2014, 7:38 PM ET) -- A National Labor Relations Board judge said Tuesday that a limousine company violated federal law by maintaining an arbitration pact with a class-action waiver, despite the employer's invitation to rely on a ruling that said the D.R. Horton decision conflicted with a U.S. Supreme Court antitrust opinion.
Administrative Law Judge Robert Giannasi said he had to follow NLRB precedent that hasn't been overturned by the nation's highest court, though Flyte Tyme Worldwide noted that the Fifth Circuit had rejected the labor board's ban on mandatory employment...