The Second Circuit ruled today in Parisi v. Goldman, Sachs & Co. that a plaintiff was required to arbitrate her Title VII claim even though it would effectively preclude her from pursuing a class claim in federal court or in arbitration. The issue of class action waivers is a subject of great debate in the courts and, in fact, is currently being considered in three separate cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. Please watch for additional reporting from Proskauer’s ERISA Practice Center on the implications of this decision in ERISA Litigation.