Law360, New York (October 20, 2014, 7:14 PM EDT) -- A California grocery chain and a Las Vegas limousine service were faulted Friday by National Labor Relations Board judges who found the employers violated federal labor law by requiring employees to sign arbitration agreements that interfered with their right to bring collective actions.
In separate rulings applying the NLRB's D.R. Horton precedent — which concluded that it is a violation of federal labor law to make employees sign an arbitration agreement that, in turn, prevents them from bringing class or collective claims — administrative law judges for the NLRB found against Bristol Farms, an upscale grocery chain in California, and AWG...
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