Employers may have taken a big hit last week when a Southern California appeal court declared an employment arbitration provision “unconscionable” largely because of the extreme financial burden it placed on the employee.
The unanimous appeal panel also took the unusual step of expressing satisfaction that the judicial system nationwide appears to have become more cognizant about possible inequities in arbitral affairs.
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