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On December 23, 2014, the California Court of Appeal held that electronic signatures on employment arbitration agreements in California may be valid, however, the court refused to enforce the particular arbitration agreement at issue because the employer failed to substantiate the employee’s electronic signature to the satisfaction of the court.  Ruiz v. Moss Brothers Auto Group, 2014 WL 7335221 (Cal. App. Ct. 4th Dist., Dec. 23, 2014).

A new year often presents a suitable opportunity to review important employment policies. Although policies concerning the “acceptable use of electronic resources” were a novelty only a decade ago, they have now become so common that employers may neglect to review them from time to time to be sure they are still current. A policy written in 2005 could be out of date if it does not accommodate advances in ...

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