High Court Rejects Quartet Of Class Waiver Cases Post-Epic

Law360 (May 29, 2018, 7:47 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday cleaned several pending cases off its docket concerning the legality of employers’ mandatory arbitration agreements with class waivers — including a case involving a 24 Hour Fitness USA pact that contained an opt-out procedure for workers — in light of its blockbuster Epic Systems decision last week that such agreements are legal.

In its latest batch of orders, the high court denied four petitions for certiorari in cases that involved the class waiver issue. The orders came eight days after a five-justice majority led by Justice Neil Gorsuch ruled in a trio of cases that...

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