Oracle Refuses To Arbitrate Wage Fight, Ex-Worker Says
Law360, Los Angeles (September 6, 2017, 6:32 PM EDT) -- A former Oracle sales representative is asking a California federal judge to force the computer technology giant into arbitration, saying the company has refused to cooperate with the JAMS process after the representative dropped a $150 million putative class action bringing wage claims over allegedly unpaid commissions.
Marcella Johnson voluntarily dismissed her lawsuit alleging unpaid commission and wage law violations after Oracle America Inc. produced a mandatory arbitration agreement. Though Johnson filed an arbitration demand with JAMS, as the agreement required, she now claims Oracle has “flatly refused” to participate in the process, according to a petition to compel arbitration filed...
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