NJ Supreme Court Finds Employee Assented to Arbitration by Continuing Her Employment

NJ Supreme Court Finds Employee Assented to Arbitration by Continuing Her Employment

In its August 18, 2020 opinion in the case of Amy Skuse v. Pfizer, Inc., the New Jersey Supreme Court enforced an employer’s arbitration agreement, finding that the plaintiff employee had effectively assented to arbitration by continuing her employment in the face of the employer’s announcement of a new arbitration policy.

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