Last week, the Arbitration Law Review, a journal published by students at Penn State Law’s University Park campus, hosted a symposium on Collective Bargaining and Adhesive Arbitration Agreements. I had the honor of presenting my latest work (on class action waivers in broker-dealer employment agreements). The other panelists wereTheodore J. St. Antoine (Michigan), Stephen Ware (Kansas Law), Richard Bales (Ohio Northern Law) and Mark Gough (Penn State) presented their latest work on arbitration agreements and process in the labor and employment setting. The students were incredibly well-organized, the format was conducive to excellent Q&A and discussion, and the ideas were fascinating.
Penn State Law published a media summary about the symposium here. I look forward to reading the resulting symposium volume!