In EqualLogic, Inc. Shea, 2011 WL 12541806 (N.H.Super.), a wholly owned subsidiary of Dell, EqualLogic, Inc., sued a former executive, including for violating a non-compete clause, after resigning to work for a competing technology company. In The letter from EqualLogic for The Petitioner, presented to the New Hampshire Supreme Court, the company acknowledged the use of a compromise clause in its employment contract. EqualLogic, Inc. v. Shea, Brief for The Petitioner For more than two years, Carlos White General Counsel was with SoftLayer Technologies, a company linked to IBM. After his release, Mr. White sued the company alleging racial discrimination and retaliation in violation of Title VII. Unfortunately, Mr. White was prevented from making his complaints in an open court because the company forced his claims to secret arbitration, based on a provision buried in the papers he signed on the first day of his work day. White v. SoftLayer Techs., Inc., 2015 WL 5052365 (N.D.
Tex. August 27, 2015) In summary, the FAA could apply to workers` compensation contracts, with the FAA not cancelling, harming or replacing california`s workers` insurance obligation filing act. In addition, the parties delegated to the arbitrators the decision to oppose the payment agreements and their arbitration clauses, so that these issues could be resolved in the arbitration process. Accordingly, the Tribunal did not rule on whether the National Union`s failure to present payment agreements did not make payment agreements or their arbitration clauses enforceable. According to the court, arbitrators can rule competently on this issue. Employees of HomeServices of America, Inc., a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, will receive a copy of the company`s personnel policy, which they must complete as a condition of employment. Among the requirements is the company`s mandatory arbitration policy, which expressly states that all cases that could be brought before a court must be dealt with exclusively through a binding arbitration procedure and that no staff member may participate in class actions against the company. Human Resources Said Samaan worked for General Dynamics Land Systems Inc., which manufactures combat systems for the U.S. Army.
According to Samaan court documents v. General Dynamics Land Sys. Inc. claimed that Mr. Samaan had been retaliated against for blowing the whistle on the company`s inability to use proper testing methods on armoured vehicles used by the U.S. military. The company took advantage of its arbitration policy to stop Mr. Samaan`s access to an open court and force his claims from the public. Samaan v. General Dynamics Land Sys.
Inc. Joseph Ernest courageously served our country as a member of the armed forces. When Mr. Ernest returned from a mission in Iraq in 2005, his employer Lockheed Martin allegedly failed to reinstate him under the Employment and Employment Rights Act (“USERRA”). Mr. Ernest sued a lawsuit under USERRA only be forced into a fine print arbitration in some documents he had signed years earlier. Ernest v. Lockheed Martin, Corp. U-Haul has tried, in several cases, to compel former employees to use the company. See Hord v. U-Haul Corp., 2:15-CV-155-JVB-PRC (N.D. Ind.
Aug B262029 (Cal. Ct. App. 16 Sept. 2016). Monica Revilla worked at a Texas Target retail site in a service position.