An arbitration clause that stated both parties waived the right to bring a class action, act as a private attorney general or join claims of other persons in arbitration or in court did not offend McGill.  At least given the 9th Circuit’s view that the FAA preempts Broughton and Cruz, the arbitrator could award public injunctive relief since McGill makes it clear that public injunctions are individual relief granted a private plaintiff, not relief based on claims of other persons and not relief sought as a private attorney general–despite earlier California Supreme Court decisions that refer to public injunctive relief as proceedings akin to private attorney general proceedings.  The court also notes that the arbitration clause allowed the arbitrator to award any relief available in court, including injunctive relief.