Next step at the High Court: a big week for employer liability

By Jimmy Hoover (March 25, 2022, 5:54 p.m. EDT) — In each of four cases set to be argued in the U.S. Supreme Court this week, private and public employers are defending themselves against civil lawsuits brought by former employees — but the legal issues range from the applicability of arbitration agreements to the scope of railroad worker safety rules.

The Supreme Court will complete its penultimate oral argument of the term this week, hearing four civil cases from Monday to Wednesday. The judges will continue their month on the theme of arbitration, while tackling some thorny legal issues faced by veterans and railroad workers. Here, Law360 breaks down what lies ahead…

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