Bass, Berry & Sims attorneys Bob Horton and Kimberly Veirs contributed an article for Practical Law on Tennessee laws related to the mutual agreements to arbitrate employment-related disputes. The article outlines key differences between federal and Tennessee arbitration law and cites several cases interpreting these statutes. Bob and Kimberly also provided sample language for a Tennessee-specific agreement to arbitrate employment-related claims that can be used by employers with employees in Tennessee.
The full article, “Mutual Agreement to Arbitrate Employment-Related Disputes (TN),” was published by Practical Law and is available in the PDF below. Bob and Kimberly also contributed the article “Mandatory Arbitration of Employment-Related Claims (TN),” for Practical Law.
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