I did some research and correct me if I’m wrong but those kinds of binding documents are becoming negligent in courts now right?
"While companies may require customers or employees to sign class action waivers, the validity of such contracts is often challenged in court.
Courts often rule that class action waivers are unenforceable in lawsuits involving allegations of employment discrimination, unpaid overtime, or minimum wage violations."
However, other sites claim that corporations can still use them.
“Companies can require their workers go through arbitration to pursue any legal claims against their employers, rather than go to court or join together in class lawsuits or grievances, the U.S. Supreme Court held today in a 5-4 vote.”
Can you give me your feedback on it based on the findings of your research please, when you have the time?
Thanks in advance.