Brad Davis Authors Article for Washington Legal Foundation on Recent Supreme Court Arbitration Decision
The Washington Legal Foundation published Brad Davis in its latest Legal Backgrounders article. In “Southwest Airlines v. Saxon: SCOTUS Left Much Unsaid in Ruling on Cargo Loaders’ Exemption from Arbitration,” Brad discussed a recent Supreme Court decision that narrowly addressed Section 1 of the Federal Arbitration Act. On June 6, 2022, the Court held that Saxon and the class of airplane cargo loaders she wished to represent qualified as transportation workers who were exempt from arbitration. Brad explained that this narrow ruling left many questions unresolved about the scope of this exemption and whether it applies to individuals performing other types of work in different situations.
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Brad is a member of Chambliss’ litigation and labor and employment sections. He represents numerous manufacturers and other businesses in litigation and transactional matters, including drafting and advising on arbitration agreements. For an inside look at his experience in this area, please visit his bio.