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Beltran v. AuPairCare, Inc.

Au pairs sue au pair sponsoring company claiming, among many other things, that they were underpaid; company moves to compel arbitration. District court: But these are young, inexperienced foreigners reading English as a second language. Arbitration would be unconscionable. Tenth Circuit: Well, the company doesn’t get to pick the arbitration provider. But the agreement was six pages long, and the au pairs got translated versions. They’re going to arbitration. [Editor’s note: Au pair is French for “arbitration always wins.”]


Tags: 2018, Arbitration, Contract Law, Tenth Circuit

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