“A Recent DoorDash Opinion Addresses Several Pivotal Arbitration Issues”

John Lewis of Baker Hostetler provides thorough summary of the recent decision by the Southern District of New York in Mullo v. DoorDash, Inc. The analysis, available at Lexology, discusses the court’s treatment (and rejection) of a “grab-bag of arguments” challenging arbitrability, including consent, class waiver and structural arbitrator bias. The takeaway for Mr. Lewis is that “[c]ourts are increasingly likely to reject wholesale challenges to arbitration agreements.”

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