In Mahmud v. Ralph’s Grocery Company, No. B237636 CA 2/4 (Nov. 10, 2014), the California Second Appellate District reversed and remanded a trial court denying the petition of an employer (Ralph’s) to compel arbitration of a wage dispute with its former employee (Mahmud), which also includes certification of multiple classes of similarly situated Ralph’s employees. The California Second Appellate District relied upon the U.S. Supreme Court’s opinion in AT&T Mobility L.L.C. v. Concepcion, 563 U.S. ___,131 S.Ct. 1740 (2011), which effectively overruled Gentry v. Superior Court, 42 Cal.4th 443 (2007) and concluded that the National Labor Relations Act did not override the FAA. Furthermore, the Court determined that Mahmud would not prevail on demonstrating that Ralphs’ arbitration policy was unconscionable on both procedural or substantive grounds because she presented no evidence of the circumstances surrounding her application for employment or her decision to sign the arbitration agreement and failed to cite to any provisions of the arbitration policy to explain how the arbitration procedures set forth in the policy demonstrate unconscionability.