Employers Continue Their Struggle to Write Enforceable Arbitration Provisions


Drafting enforceable arbitration provisions in employment agreements has gotten a little more difficult. In a recent decision, Grey v. American Management Services, the California Court of Appeal reversed an arbitration award in favor of an employer, finding that the parties never agreed to arbitrate their dispute, despite the fact that the employee signed not one but two agreements with arbitration provisions.

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