A. This paper will discuss the opinion of the U.S. Supreme Court in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, dated May 21, 2018. This opinion deals with the issue of whether employers may require their employees to give up the right to file class action lawsuits for claims of employment law violations, and instead bring these claims to arbitration.
The paper must: (1) Summarize the article “Companies Win Big At U.S. Top Court On Worker Class- Action Curbs,” by Lawrence Hurley, on [login to view URL], dated May 21, 2018. A link to this article is on Canvas. (2) Using the Hurley article and other sources, discuss the key arguments in support of both sides of the issue. (3) Explain your opinion as to which side of the issue has the better position.B. Due dates—there are two due dates to pay attention to, one for the draft and one for the final paper. -A draft of the paper, to be submitted on Canvas only, no later than 9 am on Monday, February 18, 2019. This may be a rough draft. It needs to show that you have thought about what you want to say concerning each of the 3 required parts of the paper listed above. The draft will be worth 10 points (out of the 100 total grade for the paper). In addition, the lateness penalty will be applied if the draft is not timely submitted.
- I will meet individually with each of you to go over the draft, at a time to be scheduled, during the week of February 18th. This meeting is required.
-The final version of the paper is due on Tuesday, March 5th, hard copy to be turned in during class.
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