Mandatory Arbitration Clauses in Employment Contracts

Mandatory Arbitration Clauses in Employment Contracts

Does your “employment agreement” allegedly contain a “mandatory” or “enforceable” arbitration “agreement”?

Why all the quotation marks? Often, these alleged “agreements” are not enforceable, not mandatory, or not supported by the law. In fact, the law on the enforceability of these agreements is often evolving or changing. You should never assume that one of these agreements is enforceable simply because your employer, or former employer, tells you so. Remember, their goal is to prevent you from having your day in court before a jury of your peers, which is not something you should ever give up without a fight.

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