Following Department of Fair Employment & Housing v. Cisco Systems, Inc. (2022) 82 Cal.App.5th 93 and EEOC v. Waffle House Inc. (2002) 122 S.Ct. 754, this decision holds that the People of the State of California (as represented by the Attorney General and two District Attorneys) and the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement cannot be required to arbitrate claims that they bring under the UCL and other statutes authorizing them to sue–even if they seek restitution or other recovery that overlaps remedies that individual employees, who signed arbitration agreements containing arbitration clauses, could seek on their own behalf.