Judge Orders 24 Hour Fitness to Withdraw Motions to Compel Arbitration

, The Recorder


SAN FRANCISCO — A National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge Tuesday ordered fitness club chain 24 Hour Fitness to withdraw its motions to compel arbitration in a group of employment suits filed against it by current and former employees. Both plaintiffs and defense lawyers say the move by the judge is a new one for the agency, which has been under increased scrutiny lately for its role in fighting employment arbitration policies.

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