Senator’s SCOTUS Brief Challenges Wave of Pro-Arbitration Decisions – Law.com


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Senator's SCOTUS Brief Challenges Wave of Pro-Arbitration Decisions
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Oral arguments in the case are scheduled for Oct. 3. Groups, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Employment Law Project, also have weighed in on the importance of the outcome of the case. Whitehouse, a former U.S. attorney, has …

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Lawyer Douglas Wigdor on #MeToo Litigation and His Career in Employment Law – Lawdragon (blog)


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Lawyer Douglas Wigdor on #MeToo Litigation and His Career in Employment Law
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Photo provided by the firm. Douglas Wigdor of Wigdor LLP has been battling employment discrimination and sexual assault through civil legal action since starting his own firm 15 years ago, and he has stayed on the front lines with the new wave of

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