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Arbitration Agreements Explained by Dallas employment lawyer

Dallas employment lawyer Keith Clouse outlines the significance of arbitration clauses in employment contracts

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The Small Print That’s Swallowing Up the Legal Rights of Consumers and Employees

Keller Grover discusses the forced arbitration clause in consumer protection cases

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Fraud on the Government and Consumer Fraud – Epidemics of Equal Proportion

Consumers’ ability to use the courts to redress grievances in your consumer transactions has been significantly curtailed

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Appeals Court Denies AIL’s Request to Compel Arbitration in Wage-Hour Case

A California Court of Appeal upholds a lower court ruling and refuses to compel the parties to arbitrate labor claims, says Bay Area Employment Lawyer.

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Appeals Court Denies AIL’s Request to Compel Arbitration in Wage-Hour Case

A California Court of Appeal upholds a lower court ruling and refuses to compel the parties to arbitrate labor claims, says Bay Area Employment Lawyer.

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CA Consumer Protection Lawyer: Courts Close Calif.’s Injunctive Relief Escape

A federal court ruled that Concepcion has closed the arbitration escape hatch for consumers, Bay Area consumer protection lawyer Eric Grover reports.

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Understanding the “Minor” Provisions in an Employment Agreement

/cdklawyers.com// 12/10/2010 Being savvy business people, executives usually know what key provisions to look for in employment agreements, such as the compensation and non-compete terms.  But

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