WV Supreme Court Enforces Employment Arbitration Agreement in Clites v. Clawges, 10-13-09

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The Courts frequently struggle over the enforcement of employment arbitration agreements. The West Virginia Supreme Court in Clites v. Clawges, 224 W. Va. 299, 685 S.E.2d 693 (2009), decided that an arbitration agreement that was unreasonable would still be enforced where the employer in litigation stipulated to remove or modify the problematic provisions.

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