As we blogged about here, the United States Supreme Court in Viking River Cruises, Inc. v. Moriana divided PAGA claims into two buckets: (1) individual PAGA claims; and (2)

Continue Reading Representative PAGA Claims Survive After Individual Arbitration— Employer-Friendly Viking River Ruling Nullified by California Supreme Court

As a backdrop, and as we previously explained [here and here], Courts are split on whether to stay or dismiss representative PAGA claims after individual PAGA claims are

Continue Reading PAGA: Loss on Individual Wage Claims in Arbitration May Preclude Representative PAGA Claims in Court (Even if Stayed)

The California Court of Appeal dealt another blow to California employers—employees who’s individual PAGA claims are compelled to arbitration now maintain standing to bring their representative PAGA claims in court.

Continue Reading Representative PAGA Claims Survive Arbitration Agreements—California Rejects U.S. Supreme Court’s Viking River Holding

Hand-signed arbitration agreements will be easier for employers to enforce in light of a recent California Court of Appeal ruling.  Declarations from former employees claiming they “do not recall” having

Continue Reading When Employees Sue, You may Wish They had Signed Their Arbitration Agreements by Hand