Law360, New York (June 12, 2017, 12:02 PM EDT) -- We recently began a series of articles in which we ask whether “class arbitration” — meaning the utilization of a Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23 class action protocol in an arbitration proceeding — is ultimately viable, considering arbitration’s essential nature, or is it an oxymoron? Here, we examine several elements of the current law, muddled as it is, regarding class arbitration.
Thus far the U.S. Supreme Court has addressed a few issues concerning “class arbitration,” including (1) the fundamental significance of the arbitration agreement; (2) the enforceability of a purported contractual waiver of class arbitration; and (3) the extent of and criteria for judicial review...
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