Pinela v. Neiman Marcus Group, Inc

A Mandatory Arbitration Agreement With a Choice of Law Clause and a Clause Delegating Interpreting Authority to the Arbitrator Is Procedurally and Substantively Unconscionable. Pinela v. Neiman Marcus Group, Inc. (June 29, 2015) 238 Cal.App.4th 237 Employer Neiman Marcus Group (NMG) compelled arbitration of Plaintiff’s wage claims, in part,[i] after Plaintiff moved for certification in a… Continue Reading Pinela v. Neiman Marcus Group, Inc

Khalatian v. Prime Time Shuttle, Inc.

The FAA Preempts the Labor Code Where an Arbitration Clause Provides for Arbitration of Controversies or Claims Arising Out of the Underlying Contract and the Party Seeking to Enforce Shows the Contract’s Subject Matter Involves Interstate Commerce. Khalatian v. Prime Time Shuttle, Inc., 237 Cal.App.4th 651 (originally filed May 15, 2015; certified for publication on… Continue Reading Khalatian v. Prime Time Shuttle, Inc.

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