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U.S. Supreme Court to Take Up Independent Contractor Arbitration Case

Our sister labor and employment blog, Labor Relations, recently posted about an important case on the horizon for those in the transportation industry. This week, the Supreme Court agreed to hear the appeal of New Prime, Inc., a transportation company that is asking the Court to overrule the First Circuit and find that an independent contractor’s class action claim should be compelled to arbitration. Employers who rely on arbitration agreements with their employees and independent contractors will want to pay attention as the law on these agreements continues to evolve. You can read the full post here.



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