3 Supreme Court Cases With Potential Fallout For Employers

By Ben James (October 8, 2015, 10:31 PM EDT) -- Not all U.S. Supreme Court cases have to involve labor unions or workers claiming an employment statute was violated for the way the high court eventually rules to have ramifications for workplace law. Here, lawyers identify three non-employment cases that employers would be well-advised to pay attention to.

A battle over over the enforceability of a DirecTV Inc. arbitration agreement containing a class waiver, a case raising the question of whether a company can moot a would-be class action by offering a plaintiff "complete relief" and a fight over the use of race in college admissions all could have an impact...

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