Thread regarding Kellogg layoffs

To arbitrate or not?

I joined the overtime lawsuit last year and am going to arbitration. Is anyone withdrawing because of the arbitration agreement signed? I read where Kelloggs is suing arbitrators so the arbitrators are suing back... what are your thoughts? Do I stick with the lawsuit or withdrawl?

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They paid out 16 million in the class action suit. Make them pay.

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Update, after some professional feedback... I am going to stick with it and see it all through till the end. Even if it is $100...it is more than I started with.

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Post ID: @XcSjWZg-5qax

Are you talking about the clause in the separation agreement when people were laid off in August 2017?

If so, I was part of the first class action lawsuit and the lawyers at Getman Sweeney told me that did not apply.

I would contact the lawyers and ask them for advise and the current status of the case. They were very helpful the first time around and it was definitely worth stayin in.

If you get any updates, please post them.

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Post ID: @XcSjWZg-4aim

It's a c-apshoot, your upside potential is limited and it may be a time hog. You'll likely get some money, so it's your call. There are pros/cons on both sides

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