The Supreme Court opens its heavy caseload with a worker’s rights to sue as a collective against his or her employer. At question is the legality of mandatory arbitration clauses in workers’ contracts which force workers to privately settle grievances with their employer under their employer’s’ terms. The courthouse doors to workers in many high profile cases like UBER drivers’ struggle for minimum wage, women facing sexual harassment at UBER and FOX news, and customers have been unable to sue Wells Fargo and Equifax for their data breaches. While, 80% of the US top 100 employers use have them buried in the fine print in their contracts, middle and working class wages decline, and union membership drop, what rights will be left for workers if this case does not end mandatory arbitration for good? Naomi Karavani discusses this.