This webinar will discuss this recent legal development in detail and will get to the heart of the pros and cons concerning the use of employee arbitration agreements, including:
- Advantages and disadvantages of adopting an arbitration program for resolution of employee disputes,
- How to structure well-thought out employment arbitration clauses, and
- Key considerations for enforcement of arbitration clauses in California and beyond.
Plus, our expert faculty will explore sample language and valuable insights on the preparation and implementation of such agreements.
- How to use employment arbitration clauses strategically in enrollment contracts and employment agreements
- Best practices for reviewing and updating existing arbitration agreements
- Which provisions might be deemed procedurally or substantively unconscionable
- When the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) trumps state law (in California and beyond)
- The latest news, court decisions, and enforcement issues surrounding the enforceability of these clauses
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Grace A. Nguyen
Senior Counsel, Chapman Glucksman Dean Roeb & Barger
Grace Nguyen concentrates her practice on employment law, professional liability, general civil litigation, and business litigation. She has substantial experience in all aspects of civil litigation from intake through final disposition and has represented clients in a wide range of employment matters. Ms. Nguyen also has experience in counseling corporate clients on employment related issues, including the preparation of employee handbooks, drafting of privacy and social media policies, and advisement on document retention policies.
Lauren S. Kadish
Associate, Chapman Glucksman Dean Roeb & Barger
Lauren Kadish focuses her practice on employment law, professional liability, general civil litigation, and business litigation. Ms. Kadish has been involved in all phases of litigation, including management of large-scale discovery, dispositive motions, trial preparation and alternative dispute resolution.
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