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Women Fight Goldman Sachs' Arbitration Bid In Bias Suit

Law360 (June 12, 2019, 10:24 PM EDT) -- Goldman Sachs' attempt to force more than 1,800 women in a certified sex bias class action against the bank into arbitration is a belated, "last-ditch effort to dismantle the class," the women said in New York federal court.

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. filed a motion in April to compel arbitration for members of the class of now 3,300 members who signed one of four types of arbitration agreements in exchange for promotions, compensation awards and other valuable considerations. 

The bank's arbitration bid redacted one of the numbers included in its total request, but the women said in their opposition on Tuesday that...

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