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Woman can arbitrate claim, needn't exhaust her remedies (access required)

A woman who alleged sexual harassment and retaliation by her defense-contractor employer used the employer's mandatory arbitration procedure to side-step restrictive Title VII law and collect over $100,000 for her discriminatory firing. Arbitration clauses in employment contracts often are seen as favoring employers. But in CACI Premier Technology Inc v. Faraci (VLW 006-3-520), the female employee won ...

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