• New Court of Appeal Decision Makes it More Difficult for Employers to Require Arbitration of Employment Disputes
  • October 29, 2010 | Authors: Paul David Herbert; Eric C. Sohlgren
  • Law Firms: Payne & Fears LLP - San Francisco Office ; Payne & Fears LLP - Irvine Office
  • A new decision from the California Court of Appeal makes it more difficult for employers to enforce arbitration clauses in employment agreements that provide for an award of attorney’s fees and costs to the prevailing employer and that allow the parties to seek injunctive relief in court.