David Totten v. Kellogg Brown and Root, LLC et al
||Does and Kellogg Brown and Root, LLC
||September 11, 2015
||US District Court for the Central District of California
||Kenly Kiya Kato
||Otis D. Wright
|Nature of Suit:
||Civil Rights: Jobs
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|February 16, 2016
ORDER GRANTING IN PART AND DENYING IN PART DEFENDANTS MOTION TO COMPEL ARBITRATION 12 by Judge Otis D. Wright, II: In sum, because the Court finds no evidence of substantive unconscionability and only minimal procedural unconscionability, KBRs arb itration program is valid. For claims that may be properly brought before an arbitrator, the Court GRANTS KBRs Motion to Compel Arbitration. Those claims are therefore STAYED, and the parties are to notify the Court within seven (7) days of the conclusion of the arbitration proceedings. However, for the reasons discussed above, the Court DENIES KBRs Motion to Compel Arbitration as to the Title VII claims (lc) Modified on 2/16/2016 (lc).
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