Four plaintiffs, Rosette Pambakian, Joshua Metz, Jonathan Badeen, James Kim voluntarily withdrew from the Match Group / IAC litigation and claimed that he was about to conclude an arbitration agreement during employment. The four plaintiffs worked in the Tinder owned by Match Group until they submitted a complaint. At that time, Match / IAC put them on administrative holidays. They all obviously signed an arbitration agreement.
In comments HatsukoPambakian said:
"A few months after the deaths of billions of dollars from Tinder's employees, IAC / Match tried to change the policy so that all current employees stand in front of the jury and appeal to the same secret arbitration. I am responsible for IAC / Match and we will continue to support 100% trial in New York State Court.
The spokesperson Justine Sacco of this game did not comment on the claim that the plaintiff must sign an arbitration agreement.
Team attorneys did not mention whether the withdrawal was permanent, but since they were "prejudiced", they could rally theoretically. The team also refused to comment on whether Pambakian and others signed an agreement or why he signed an agreement. An arbitration agreement is a contract clause that prevents an employee from submitting a complaint to a court.
Instead, they have to resolve personally with the employer. I do not know the reason why these complainants voluntarily sign …
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Tender method: Because there is a possibility that the match has changed the contract, the four plaintiffs resigned
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