High court mandates arbitration in age claims against employers

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that union members are federally mandated to arbitrate employment age-discrimination claims in collective bargaining agreements with employers under provisions of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act. Previously, the court said that arbitration was "a comparatively inappropriate forum for the final resolution of [employment] rights."

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