Fintech won’t mediate former employee’s discrimination case.

January 24, 2024
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In a recent ruling, a New York federal judge has determined that fintech company Current cannot enforce its pre-dispute arbitration agreement with a former employee who filed a discrimination suit. The judge stated that the employee’s claims of plausible sexual harassment make the arbitration agreement unenforceable. Current had attempted to compel arbitration, citing the agreement signed by the employee, but the judge held that such agreements cannot be used to waive the employee’s right to bring sexual harassment claims in court. This ruling highlights the limitations of arbitration agreements in discrimination cases and reiterates the importance of allowing employees to pursue legal action in court.

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