Abramson v. Juniper Networks

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The California Court of Appeal recognized that it is unconscionable to require employees to arbitrate employment claims against their employer where the employer retains the right to sue the employee in court for breach of confidentiality restrictions, in a case in which I represented the plaintiff.

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