Notwithstanding a corporate restructuring, a company was entitled to enforce an arbitration agreement.  Herrera v. CarMax Auto Superstores Cal. LLC, No. CV-14-776-MWF (VBKx) (C.D. Cal. July 2, 2014).  Employees sued their employer for alleged labor violations.  The employees had signed their arbitration agreement with their employer at the time, and the agreement extended to “affiliate companies.”  Following a corporate restructuring, one of the affiliates sought to enforce the agreement even though the affiliate was not a signatory to the arbitration agreement.  The court concluded that the affiliate had the legal right to enforce the agreement, as it had been assigned the rights under the agreement.