Unconscionability renders contracts unenforceable due to unfairness, involving procedural and substantive elements. In employment arbitration, as seen in Hasty v. AAA, unconscionability is crucial for validity, necessitating the need for conscionable drafting by California employers to ensure legal compliance.
California courts have recognized "associational" disability discrimination, allowing employees to bring claims on behalf of others. Recent cases shed light on the complexities and employer obligations, emphasizing the importance of reasonable accommodations and the interactive process.
Can secular courts decide employment disputes that occur at religious institutions?