California Supreme Court: PAGA Plaintiffs Can Pursue Representative State Court Claims Even if Their Individual PAGA Claims Are Compelled to Arbitration

The California Supreme Court recently held that Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) plaintiffs do have standing to pursue their representative PAGA claims in state court even if their individual PAGA claims are compelled to arbitration.

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