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Scott Jang and Samia Kirmani Discuss Implications of a New California Law Banning Most Arbitration Agreements

  • October 15, 2019
  • From SHRM

Scott Jang and Samia Kirmani discuss California AB 51, a new law prohibiting mandatory arbitration agreements for sexual harassment and other claims in “New California Law Bans Mandatory Arbitration for Most Workplace Claims,” published by SHRM

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