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Alexander del Russo Quoted in Bloomberg Law: “Chipotle Case Tests Trigger for Avoiding Harassment Arbitration”

Alexander del Russo was interviewed in Bloomberg Law, in an article titled “Chipotle Case Tests Trigger for Avoiding Harassment Arbitration.” The article discusses a recent ruling that an employee can avoid arbitration under the Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act and pursue the matter in court. The issue lies in the language of the act and differing interpretations among district courts as to when a dispute arises, which will be addressed for the first time by the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.

The issue doesn’t involve a “complex legal argument,” said del Russo. Instead, it is “about the plain meaning of words.”

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