On June 5, 2015, Washington Legal Foundation asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a hostile, anti-arbitration decision from the California Court of Appeal. The latter court had relied on a class arbitration waiver contained in DIRECTV’s standard customer agreement as a basis to disregard the parties’ entire arbitration agreement. In its brief filed in the DIRECTV, Inc. v. Imburgia case, WLF urges the Supreme Court to reaffirm the primacy of federal arbitration law over inconsistent state laws that attempt to limit the availability of efficient private arbitration.