Many employees sign arbitration agreements as part of the hiring process. Often, these agreements are standardized forms composed by an employer or industry, and presented to the prospective employee as yet another form essential to employment. When the dispute that arises involves Title VII claims, should the employee be compelled to arbitrate those claims? This note examines one court's approach to safeguarding judicial resolution of Title VII claims, as well as alternative approaches.



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