Ex-Cantor Fitzgerald Exec Can't Undo NJ Arbitration Order

Law360 (September 16, 2020, 2:50 PM EDT) -- A former Cantor Fitzgerald executive has failed to persuade the New Jersey Supreme Court to take a closer look at a state appellate ruling forcing her to arbitrate her discrimination claims on the grounds she electronically consented to a dispute resolution policy and agreement, according to an order made available Wednesday.

In the one-page order issued without explanation, the court denied a petition for certification filed by ex-managing director Lee Stowell challenging the Feb. 27 appellate decision that reversed a trial court opinion denying the global financial services firm's motion to compel arbitration of her claims.

The appellate panel noted that...

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