Sign on Dotted Line: Arbitration Agreement Enforceability Against Predecessor Company

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The New Jersey Appellate Division recently vacated a September 2020 trial court order dismissing a former employee’s lawsuit and compelling him to arbitrate his Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA) claims against his former employer’s predecessor. In so doing, the appellate court found the trial court must first determine whether the arbitration agreement was binding on the former vice president and, if so, whether his former employer was in fact the agreement’s assignee.

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Robert Hampton began serving as the vice president of business development at MS Electronics/MSE Corporate Security, Inc. (MSE), on

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