April 24

Where an Arbitration Agreement Governed by the Federal Arbitration Act Contains a Choice-Of-Law Provision, Individual Employment Claims Must Still be Arbitrated

Where an Arbitration Agreement Governed by the Federal Arbitration Act Contains a Choice-Of-Law Provision, Individual Employment Claims Must Still be Arbitrated

In Mel R. Bravo v. RADC Enterprises, Inc., the parties executed a two-page arbitration agreement covering “all disputes” arising from their employment relationship. The agreement incorporated a choice-of-law provision which set forth: “This Agreement shall be governed by and shall be interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of California.”

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