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Are Class-Action Lawsuits Going the Way of DB Pensions?

If litigious employees seeking compensation for perceived wrongs by their company have been a concern for your organization, a recent appeals court in New Orleans ruling may alleviate your anxiety. So reports MSN Money.

But the case, upholding the right of a large home-building firm to require its employees to waive their right to sue the company in favor of binding arbitration, is far from resolved. Many labor advocates fear the ruling could make it difficult for non-union workers to seek redress through class-action lawsuits – long a forum for employees to assert their rights in the workplace. Opposing sides seem to agree on one thing: the issue seems headed for a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court in the not-too-distant future.

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