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Cruise v. Kroger Co., B248430

In this employment discrimination action, an order denying defendant-employers' motion to compel arbitration is reversed with directions to grant the motion, where: 1) the arbitration clause in the employment application, standing alone, is sufficient to establish the parties agreed to arbitrate their employment-related disputes, and plaintiff-employee's claims against defendants fall within the ambit of the arbitration agreement; and 2) defendants' inability to establish the contents of the Arbitration Policy does not destroy the arbitration requirement, but merely requires that California Arbitration Act procedures be used during arbitration.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 08/27/2014
  • Published 08/27/2014


  • Aldrich


  • California Court of Appeal