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High court ruling nicks the protective coating of arbitration policies [USA]

Author: Andrew Grainger & Thomas Royall Smith, Boston Globe, Published on: 24 March 2002

...Arbitration clauses have become common in most business agreements, including employment contracts...In a recent case, EEOC v. Waffle House Inc., the US Supreme Court has declared that the EEOC [U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission] may go to court to seek all available remedies for alleged job discrimination regardless of the employer-employee agreement to resolve their disputes through binding arbitration.

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Related companies: Waffle House