After Epic, Judge Says Domino's Drivers Must Arbitrate Suit

By RJ Vogt (May 31, 2018, 5:56 PM EDT) -- Citing the U.S. Supreme Court's recent blessing of class waivers, a California federal judge ruled Thursday that a proposed class of Domino's Pizza delivery drivers must arbitrate their business expenses reimbursement suit against the owners of 74 franchise stores due to an agreement they signed.

U.S. District Judge Jeffrey T. Miller had previously stayed the disputed pending a high court decision in a trio of cases involving Epic Systems Corp., Murphy Oil USA Inc. and Ernst & Young LLP, making it one of several cases affected by the May 21 majority opinion that said employment agreements mandating workers sign away their rights to pursue...

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