Our colleagues at the Employment Law Worldview blog have written a new post analyzing the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision in Epic Systems v. Lewis. 

The Court’s decision came in the context of three consolidated cases (Epic Systems v. Lewis; Ernst & Young v. Morris; and NLRB v. Murphy Oil USA, Inc.) in which employees challenged their employers’ arbitration agreements that required them 1) to use arbitration as the sole forum for their employment disputes; and 2) prohibited them from joining other employees in a class or collective litigation action.You can read the full post on our Employment Law Worldview blog here.