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While it is becoming more and more common for employers to require potential employees to sign employment contracts that include a “binding arbitration” clause, recent court decisions serve to remind employers of requirements necessary to make those clauses enforceable. In February 2012, two California appellate courts invalidated arbitration agreements contained in employment contracts; one that seemingly contained all of the required elements.

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