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Running head: EMPLOYEE ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS 110th Justice; Employee Arbitration AgreementsStudent’s nameUniversity AffiliationEpic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, 584 U.S.___ (2018)
: EMPLOYEE ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS 2In the case of Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, the US Supreme Court ruled that an arbitration agreement which employees agree to arbitrate claims against their employeron individual terms rather than on collective basis do not violate the National Labor Relations Act and are therefore enforceable. In making this decision, the courts further held that the Federal Arbitration Acts instructs the courts to ensure arbitration agreements are enforceable according to their terms which in this case include the terms that provide for an individualized proceedings. This ruling resolved a critical situation in the courts of Appeals by providing clarity to all employers and their employees that had entered into agreements and may lead to more employers considering using such arbitration agreementsBjornlund, K., & Dillon, E. (2019).