PRO-TIP: If you want to arbitrate employment claims, have an arbitration agreement.

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A client embroiled in an employment dispute with a former employee once asked me if we could force the employee into arbitration. So, I asked the client for a copy of the arbitration agreement that the individual had signed.

After an uncomfortably long pause, I went back to drafting the complaint to be filed in court.

I thought of that conversation as I read the long-awaited decision from Judge Caproni in the Brian Flores lawsuit against the National Football League and four teams. Mr. Flores, the former head coach of the Miami Dolphins, claims that the

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