California`s employer community risks becoming another bitter autumn harvest. In Garner v. Inter-State Oil Company, an employee filed a class action claiming that Inter-State Oil was „involved in various illegal employment practices related to wages, breaks, and reimbursement of business expenses.” The employer attempted to impose an arbitration procedure for the worker`s rights on an individual basis, i.e. the class actions would be dismissed and the rights of each worker would be sued in an arbitration procedure. Following last year`s „epic” defeat over whether the class action waiver provisions in labour agreements are contrary to Section 7 of the NRA, the NRA has passed a new decision that takes a much more favourable view of employers` view of binding arbitration agreements. In Cordua restaurants,. One of the most important aspects of arbitration flexibility is the selection of the arbitrator. Unlike civil court proceedings in which the parties are blocked with the judge to whom they are assigned, arbitration allows the parties to choose an experienced arbitrator in litigation matters. However, one of the disadvantages is that employers often try to choose arbitrators they believe are supportive of their case. On February 7, 2020, the District Court found that ab 51 did exactly what ab 51 did. The General Court found that AB 51, both in its stated aim and in its operation, `highlights the requirement to conclude arbitration agreements and therefore subjects such agreements to unequal treatment`.