The second quarter brought a number of high-profile and potentially game-changing class action
decisions. In AMEX, the Supreme Court settled that class action waivers in arbitration clauses are
enforceable, but in Oxford Health, the Court reminded us that it’s never safe to leave arbitration
terms (such as a class waiver) to the arbitrator’s imagination. In Raskas and Roth, the Eighth and
Ninth Circuits cleared the way for more removals under CAFA.
We cover those and other cases in this edition of Where the (Class) Action Is.