“Fourth Circuit Declines to Compel Arbitration Due to Missing Arbitration Agreements”

Brendan Gooley of Carlton Fields has this article in JDSupra, discussing the Fourth Circuit’s holding in Hill v. Employee Resource Group, LLC, No. 18-2009 (4th Cir. June 9, 2020), in which Mr. Gooley explains the court “declined to compel arbitration in a Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) class action with respect to more than 70 employees for whom the defendant employer could not produce signed arbitration agreements due to apparent poor record-keeping.”

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