EX-EMPLOYEE MUST ARBITRATE EVEN AFTER ARBITRATION AGREEMENT TERMINATED Lyster v. Ryan's Family Steak House | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

EX-EMPLOYEE MUST ARBITRATE EVEN AFTER ARBITRATION AGREEMENT TERMINATED Lyster v. Ryan's Family Steak House | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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15 No. 9 Andrews Employment Litig. Rep. 13
Andrews Employment Litigation Reporter
March 6, 2001
Arbitration
Copyright (c) 2001 Andrews Publications

EX-EMPLOYEE MUST ARBITRATE EVEN AFTER ARBITRATION AGREEMENT TERMINATED

Lyster v. Ryan's Family Steak House

The Eighth Circuit has rejected the argument of a plaintiff that sexual harassment claims against her former employer need not be arbitrated because the agreement to arbitrate ended when her employment was terminated. Lyster v. Ryan's Family Steak...
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