In Brisentine v. Stone & Webster Engineering, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals revisited the murky corner of employment law that deals with arbitration agreements. The case is noteworthy because the court, for the first time in the Eleventh Circuit, addressed the issue of whether a compulsory arbitration provision in a collective bargaining agreement precluded a separate action by the employee to protect his statutory rights.
"Brisentine v. Stone & Webster Engineering,"
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