Jane Doe is a twenty-two year old young woman who recently has been experiencing problems at work. About two years ago, Jane took a job at a local fast food establishment, Bubba's, which is a subsidiary of a larger corporation. The job has provided barely enough income for Jane to support herself and her two year old daughter while she has been earning an associate teaching degree at the local junior college. Jane planned to continue working at Bubba's while finishing her degree, but the recent behavior of her supervisor has made her question whether she will be able to continue working at all.
Beyond Let Them Eat Cake: An Argument for the Armendariz Method of Cost Allocation in Mandatory Employment and Consumer Arbitration,
2007 J. Disp. Resol.
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