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Category Archives: Arbitration

Considerations When Signing an Employee Arbitration Agreement

Employees are often asked to give up their right to sue in court over job-related issues. This is generally accomplished by having the employee sign an agreement that contains some form of a mandatory arbitration clause.┬á An employee who signs this type of clause promises not to pursue any legal claims against the employer through… Read More »

What Steps Does the Arbitration Process Involve?

In Stockton, arbitration laws are subject to the California Arbitration Act, which the California legislature has modified at various points since its enactment in 1961. To give you an idea of the process that arbitration typically involves, the American Arbitration Association describes artibtration as having five main steps: Filing and initiation. One party files a… Read More »