Chair of Carlton Fields’ National Class Actions Practice Quoted by CNBC on Upcoming SCOTUS Arbitration Rulings

Appellate & Trial Support   |   Class Actions   |   Labor & Employment   |   Litigation and Trials   |   October 29, 2018
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Carlton Fields Shareholder Julianna Thomas McCabe was quoted by CNBC in an article about whether the U.S. Supreme Court will make it harder for workers to take their employers to court. A fair arbitration is better and faster than a trial for both parties, said McCabe, who leads the firm’s National Class Actions practice group. McCabe told CNBC the Supreme Court appears “extremely interested in this issue” ahead of oral argument in Henry Schein Inc. v. Archer and White Sales Inc., a years-long case she called the “poster child” for the benefits of arbitration.
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