Plaintiff employee’s initial complaint sought individual and class relief for Labor Code violations as well as PAGA claims for statutory penalties for the same violations. After defendant employer moved to compel arbitration, plaintiff amended the complaint to delete the individual and class claims, leaving only the PAGA claims. This decision holds that the amendment was effective to avoid arbitration. Under Iskanian v. CLS Transportation Los Angeles, LLC (2014) 59 Cal.4th 348, PAGA claims cannot be arbitrated. As that was all that remained of the dispute between the parties, the employer could not compel arbitration of the individual claims that plaintiff was no longer pursuing.