More Employers Limiting Workers' Ability to Sue
Joe Ambash was quoted in The Boston Globe on December 27, 2015. The article “More Employers Limiting Workers’ Ability to Sue” explained how workers are increasingly being required to sign documents like this that waive or limit their right to take legal action under certain circumstances, such as in discrimination or pay disputes.
Joe weighed in on a bill in the Massachusetts Legislature, recently approved by the Labor and Workforce Development Committee, that would make it illegal for companies to require employees to sign arbitration clauses and waive other legal rights before a dispute arises.
“All it would benefit is those attorneys who want to maximize the possibility of getting damages and attorneys’ fees,” said Joe.
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