The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently held that a former Tinder employee who asserted claims of sexual harassment by her superiors must arbitrate her claims pursuant to an enforceable arbitration agreement she signed during her employment.
The plaintiff filed suit against Tinder in California state court, alleging that she was wrongfully terminated as a result of reporting instances of sexual harassment by her superiors…
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