Wednesday, September 10, 2014

More Arbitration

Cruise v. Kroger, No. B248430 (D2d3, on rehearing Jan. 20, 2015)

An employee is bound to arbitrate her employment claims against her employer because her employment agreement contains a valid arbitration clause. But because an arbitration policy that was referenced in the agreement was never given to her, she could not be bound to the procedures contained in the policy. Instead, the default procedures in the California Arbitration Act would govern.


Reversed.

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