“Ninth Circuit Rejects Ex-Tinder Employee’s Attempt to Avoid Arbitration”

Scott Jang and Tyler Brown of Jackson Lewis have this article, available at Lexology, discussing the Ninth Circuit’s recent decision in Sanfilippo v. Match Group LLC, in which the authors explain the court held “that an ex-Tinder employee must arbitrate her claims against her former employer and cannot pursue her claims in court, even though her claims arose before she executed an arbitration agreement…[and] that a unilateral modification clause (granting the employer the right to make changes to the agreement) does not, in and of itself, render an arbitration agreement unenforceable.”

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