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Monday, August 13, 2018


Bongo Smith

Very interesting. I wonder whether that kind of contractual countermeasure would be enforceable. Cf. Model Rule 5.6(b).

Gregory Gauthier

Interestingly, the court rejected Chipotle's argument that the lawyers in the putative collective action should be barred from representing individual claimants in arbitration. (I wonder whether employers will begin to include contractual countermeasures to protect against dozens of individual employee filings in arbitration by the same counsel.)

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