Analysis

4 Discrimination Cases To Watch As Justices Get Back In Gear

Law360 (September 8, 2020, 1:39 PM EDT) -- As 2020 heads into its homestretch, the U.S. Supreme Court will soon kick off a new term under the cloud of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic that will feature hot-button issues like religious accommodations for workers and class arbitration. Here, Law360 looks at four notable discrimination cases that will be on the high court's docket.

New Class Arbitration Fight

The high court is considering a request by Sterling Jewelers urging the justices to limit when workers can pursue classwide arbitration as the company seeks to upend a Second Circuit ruling that gave about 70,000 women the go-ahead to collectively pursue claims in...

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