Arbitration Has Significant Benefits for Tech Company Disputes
For many years, high-stakes and high-cost litigation has plagued technology companies. Disputes between tech companies often cost millions of dollars in legal expenses and can take years to resolve through the courts. Meanwhile, decisions made by judges and juries without specific expertise can be tenuous and unpredictable.
By Amanda Ciccatelli|November 09, 2017
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A lawsuit filed by Lisa Marie Cater of Buffalo in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on Saturday alleges that Sam Hoyt III, former state economic development official and former assemblyman, violated her state and federal civil rights by engaging in sexual harassment, assault and discrimination and retaliation against her. The Cuomo administration denies allegations it ignored Cater's complaints about Hoyt's behavior.
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