Macy’s 2012 employment agreement contained an arbitration clause that waived the right to bring class or collective actions and otherwise demonstrated the two-party nature of the disputes to be arbitrated.  This decision interprets the clause to require arbitration of the employee’s individual PAGA claims, but not his non-individual PAGA claims.  The non-individual PAGA claims can’t be dismissed, port-Adolph.  Instead, since Macy’s arbitration clause expressly provided for a stay of court litigation on any non-arbitrable claims, the non-individual PAGA claims should be stayed pending arbitration of plaintiff’s individual PAGA claims.