Brooks Pierce Attorneys Published in GGI Labor Law Practice Group Newsletter
An article written by Brooks Pierce attorneys Bill Cary and Sarah Saint was recently published in the fall issue of Geneva Group International’s (GGI) Labor Law Practice Group Newsletter. The newsletter contains articles on current topics of interest written by experienced employment lawyers worldwide.
Cary and Saint’s article, entitled “Supreme Court Approves Arbitration Agreement Class Action Bar,” discusses a recent Supreme Court decision to broaden protections available to employers under arbitration agreements. The article also provides framework for assessing the advantages and disadvantages of an employer-mandated arbitration agreement program.
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Cary focuses his practice on employment contracting issues, including drafting non-competition and non-solicitation agreements as well as employment practice audits. Saint represents employers before government agencies and in state and federal courts on numerous employment law matters, including EEOC charges and lawsuits, common law employment claims and contract disputes.
The full article is available here.