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Oral argument by attorneys before the California Supreme Court on May 30, 2000 in a suit brought by terminated employees against their former employer concerning the enforceability of an arbitration agreement in the employees' application papers. Courts in federal and other state jurisdictions have followed the court's rulings in this case 152 times during the period 2000-2013.
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Employees--Dismissal of California. Supreme Court Arbitration (Administrative law)
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