Calif. High Court Won't Mull Case Over Class Waiver Ban

Law360, San Diego (November 1, 2012, 5:52 PM EDT) -- The California Supreme Court declined Wednesday to hear a case where a property manager looking to bring a wage-and-hour class action was ordered to pursue arbitration after a lower court found the National Labor Relations Board's ruling that arbitration agreements containing class waivers can violate federal labor law did not apply.

The state high court denied a petition for review by former Legacy Partners Residential Inc. property manager Lorena Nelsen. The move let stand the First District Court of Appeal's July ruling that she failed to...
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