David I. Brody quoted in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly on Supreme Court decision concerning arbitration
David I. Brody, partner in the firm’s Employment Department and Incoming President of the Massachusetts Employment Lawyers Association, was quoted in a June 10th Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly article, “Supreme Court hands rare arbitration win to plaintiffs.” The article discusses the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Morgan v. Sundance, Inc., reversing a 2021 decision by the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and clarifying federal arbitration law.
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From the article:
“Courts have been upholding arbitration agreements left, right and center,” said David I. Brody, vice president of the Massachusetts Employment Lawyers Association. “Here, you have a unanimous [Supreme Court] going the other way, which is ever so rare.”
Brody expects Sundance to become a popular weapon in the arsenal of plaintiffs’ attorneys.
“To the extent that someone is trying to defeat an arbitration clause, this case is heavy ammunition,” Brody said.