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Arbitration Clauses: Valid or Invalid?

By on June 19, 2019 in Arbitration with 0 Comments

The answer is “Valid,” thanks to the efforts of Capehart Scatchard shareholder Laura D. Ruccolo, Esq. who won a landmark decision on June 5, 2019, which will impact business entities in New Jersey for many years to come. Who Decides Whether an Arbitration Clause in a Commercial Contract is Valid?   “The arbitrator,” said the […]

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Beware of Carelessly Drafted Employee Arbitration Agreements

By on October 26, 2016 in Arbitration with 0 Comments

Many employers today utilize employee arbitration agreements as a means of eliminating potential court litigation. In place of pursuing legal claims in a judicial forum, the arbitration agreement substitutes a private resolution mechanism, such as utilization of an arbitrator, to resolve employee legal grievances. Arbitration agreements are an effective way of keeping employee disputes outside […]

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Can You Enforce Your Arbitration Clause?

By on February 11, 2016 in Arbitration with 0 Comments

The odds are that your company has an employee handbook that governs the workplace.  You also most likely (hopefully) have a clause in your handbook indicating that the handbook does not create a contract between the employer and employee and the terms of the handbook can be changed at any time without notice to the […]

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