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Employment Arbitration Agreements: New Strategies After the Supreme Court Speaks

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With the Supreme Court's landmark ruling on class action waivers in Epic, it's time for employers to reevaluate their agreements. What changes should employers make to their existing arbitration approaches? What is the status of class action waivers? What procedures should employers follow when rolling out agreements and amendments to ensure they are enforceable? Should employees refuse to agree, and if they do, what are the consequences? Join us for a session that will address these questions and more to help attendees develop and enforce a state-of-the-art arbitration program.

Originally recorded at A Day on Employment Law in September 2019.

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Faculty

NameFirm/Company
Alice W. Ballard Esq. Law Office of Alice W Ballard PC
John J. Bogan Jr., Esq. CIGNA Corporation (Phila)
Janice G. Dubler Esq. Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC (Phila)
Daniel P. O'Meara Esq. Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC (Phila)
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