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Employment Discrimination – Arbitration Costs – Motion To Compel (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court says plaintiff must arbitrate her gender discrimination claim against defendant Fannie Mae Corporation, notwithstanding plaintiff’s claim that the cost of arbitration prevents effective vindication of her Title VII rights. It is clear the parties agreed to submit the claims at issue to arbitration. Specifically, the Consulting Agreement (CA) provides for arbitration ...

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