Jeffrey Ruzal, Member of the Firm, will co-present "The Biggest Misunderstandings About Arbitration Clauses Post-Epic Systems: How Practitioners are Now Approaching Class Action Waivers and Enforceability" at the American Conference Institute's 32nd Nation Forum on Wage & Hour Claims and Class Actions. Topics covered will include:

  • The latest methods for successfully incorporating class action waivers into employment contract
  • Inside the expected and unexpected aftermath of the Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis case
  • Implementing the expanded role of arbitration for individual claims after Epic Systems.
  • Status of employee rights to waive class and collective actions: Common misunderstandings of the current landscape
  • The real-life impact of Campbell v. PricewaterhouseCoopers case on both class and collective actions, as well as best practices for litigators to take in similar scenarios

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New York, NY
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