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Family Must Arbitrate Claims Against Waffle House for Alleged Workplace Drugging

By WorkCompCentral

Friday, October 6, 2017 | 306 | 0 | 0 min read

The Georgia Court of Appeals ruled that the family of a Waffle House employee who was allegedly drugged by a colleague will have to arbitrate their claims against the eatery. Case: Waffle House v. Pavesi, No. A17A1281, 10/04/2017, published. Facts: Brian Mikeals began working at a Waffle House restaurant in July 2010. At the time, the restaurant was being run by a franchisee, but in October 2015, Waffle House repurchased the franchise location. The restaurant employees were required to re-apply for employment and complete a number of documents, including an arbitration agreement. ...

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