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Edward T. Kang, left, and Kandis Kovalsky, right, of Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt.

These days, it is common for companies headquartered or principally located in one city and state to have multiple offices and employees throughout many cities and states in the country, and even the world. Companies in this position will often require their employees to sign contracts with both forum selection clauses and choice of law provisions. The forum selected is usually where the company is headquartered or principally located. Likewise, the choice of law provision often calls for application of the laws of the forum state. Companies have a strong interest in uniformity and predictability when it comes to legal disputes. Litigating matters in different courts throughout the country under different laws is not something that is desirable or productive.

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