Mandatory Arbitration of Wage and Hour Disputes Upheld But With Major Changes/Williams Kastner Labor & Employment Advisor

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The Washington Court of Appeals recently enforced mandatory arbitration of wage and hour disputes under an employment contract and granted the employer’s motion to stay litigation pending arbitration. However, the Court found two provisions “unconscionable” and severed them from the agreement in Walters v. A.A.A. Waterproofing, Inc. This article explains the Court's decision.

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