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E-mail with links fails minimum notice requirement for arbitration under ADA

Mike Fox has a key update from Campbell v. General Dynamics Government Systems Corp. Here's an excerpt: Fox writes, "Although the Court goes to great lengths to note that e-mail can be a legitimate means of announcing and implementing an arbitration policy, this attempt did not suffice. Rather:

'To be blunt, the e-mail announcement undersold the significance of the Policy and omitted the critical fact that it contained a mandatory arbitration agreement. The result was that a reasonable employee could read the e-mail announcement and conclude that the Policy presented an optional alternative to litigation rather than a mandatory replacement for it...'"

Posted by Laurel Newby on May 24, 2005 at 12:57 PM | Permalink | TrackBack (0)

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