“Knowing-Waiver Standard Is Still ‘Good Law’ in Routing Title VII Claims to Arbitration, 9th Circuit Rules”

The Ninth Circuit’s decision in Zoller v. GCA Advisors, LLC is the subject of this Law.com article. The article notes that the court held the the arbitration provision to be enforceable based upon facts demonstrating the employee evidenced her agreement to arbitrate based upon her “access to various documents with the arbitration provisions and the opportunity to consult with legal counsel before signing,” and the fact that she “signed and accepted multiple documents with the arbitration provisions” themselves, rather than signing only acknowledgement of receipt forms.

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