This decision affirms an order denying an employer’s motion to compel arbitration.  The arbitration provision purported to require arbitration of all disputes, but prohibit any form of representative action.  Following Adolph v. Uber Technologies, Inc. (2023) 14 Cal.5th 1104, such a clause is unenforceable as to PAGA claims involving Labor Code violations not suffered by the individual plaintiff.  Because the arbitration clause contained a poison pill provision voiding the entire arbitration provision if the class and representative claim waiver was rendered unenforceable in any respect, the entire arbitration provision was rendered unenforceable when the waiver was rendered unenforceable as to non-individual PAGA claims.