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WSJ Article on Arbitration of Employment Disputes

Published by on December 19, 2007

For those interested in our prior post on arbitration of employment disputes (Who Wins More In Arbitration?), the WSJ had an article yesterday on this topic.  The WSJ Law Blog also has a follow-up post with extensive commentary here.  The article mentions the case of Jamie Leigh Jones, who alleges she was raped by fellow […]

For those interested in our prior post on arbitration of employment disputes (Who Wins More In Arbitration?), the WSJ had an article yesterday on this topic.  The WSJ Law Blog also has a follow-up post with extensive commentary here.  The article mentions the case of Jamie Leigh Jones, who alleges she was raped by fellow employees at Kellogg Brown & Root, while working for the company in Iraq.  The company is attempting to compel arbitration of her sexual harassment claims.

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