The National Labor Relations Board recently ruled in favor of both union and non-union private sector employees on a significant issue concerning workplace litigation. At issue were mandatory arbitration agreements signed upon employment that force employees to bring claims one by one in front of an arbitrator and prohibit employees joining as a group to arbitrate their claims. The Labor Board concluded that such agreements violate employee rights under the NLRA to engage in concerted activity. This ruling supports workers' rights to join together to bring legal claims to arbitration collectively. More coverage can be found here.