On April 24 the Supreme Court ruled that employees of Lamps Plus must pursue individual arbitrations against the company over a data breach incident. A lower court had ruled that the employees could proceed as a class but Chief Justice Roberts majority opinion held that no language in the arbitration agreement gives them that right. Each of the dissenting justices issued an opinion. Justice Elena Kagan wrote that the majority was continuing to make it more difficult for workers to use class actions and class arbitrations to resolve disputes..
Here are links to the majority and dissenting opinions and the New York Times story.
Arbitrating commercial disputes in the United States - KF9085 .A95 2018
Consumer arbitration agreements : enforceability and other topics - KF9085 .B63 2015
Domke on commercial arbitration : (The law and practice of commercial arbitration) - KF9085 .D6 2003
Oehmke commercial arbitration KF9085 .O362 2003