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SCOTUS Ruling has Far-Reaching Effects on Employment Litigation and Class Action

On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that companies can prohibit workers from bringing class action suits over workplace issues. This affects an estimated 25 million employment contracts, and has far-reaching implications in wage and hour litigation and beyond. Click here to read what this means for you.

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Google Class Action a Potential Game-Changer in the UK

While class actions have had a long, storied history in the United States, they are relatively new to the United Kingdom. For the first time, a consumer class action has been filed in the U.K. against Google. It is with bated breath that both attorneys and barristers in the U.K. and U.S. wait to find out if it will meet court muster. Read on for what you need to know.

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How the Trump Administration May Affect the Legal Landscape – Bigly

President Trump campaigned on reversing many Obama-era policies, and he is making good on his promises. The uncertainty of which major regulatory changes are in the pipeline is certainly keeping the legal community on its toes. To date, the President has signed 51 Executive Orders and three congressional resolutions into law. Below are three policy changes that will impact the practice of law. Read on to learn how these changes may affect you.

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At the Supreme Court, DOJ Switches Sides in Support of Class Action Waivers

Many employers require workers and contractors to agree to have all employment-related disputes settled in individual arbitration and to waive the right to engage in collective proceedings or class action lawsuits. But are such waivers enforceable? On October 2, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on just this question. Read on to find out what they decided.

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