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Aerotek Wins the Right to Arbitrate- But Loses the Arbitrations

In a landmark 2021 decision in favor of staffing giant Aerotek (and beneficial to employers in general), the Texas Supreme Court ruled that former Aerotek temporary employees could not invalidate their electronic signatures on arbitration agreements merely by denying that they signed them. The ruling in this employment discrimination case was supported by trial testimony that the signatures were obtained through a password protected online onboarding system. That ruling, Aerotek vs. Lerone Boyd, Michael Marshall, et al., is attached below.

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