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The DOJ's recent switch from opposing to defending bans on class actions in workplace arbitration agreements will affect HR, financial advisors, and many others. (Photo: AP)

The recent switch by the Trump administration’s U.S. Justice Department from opposing to defending bans on class actions in workplace arbitration agreements will have consequences beyond a trio of challenges the U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear this fall.

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