Arbitration for worker allegedly fired for not attending Scientology classes - 2016-03-08

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F0.png Arbitration for worker allegedly fired for not attending Scientology classes March 8, 2016, Hillary Jackson, MyNewsLA

Attorneys for a Pasadena company contend that a former employee's lawsuit, alleging she was fired for refusing to participate in mandatory on-the-job Scientology classes, should be submitted to arbitration.

The lawyers, who represent Lusida Rubber Products Inc., also argue in newly filed court papers that a judge should consider dismissing Annie R. Lee's lawsuit because it was filed "in direct violation" of a mandatory arbitration provision in her employment agreement.

"(Lee) should be prohibited from using this improperly filed lawsuit as a vehicle to publicize her wrongful-employment-related accusations against (Lusida)," the defense attorneys state in their court papers.

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{{cite news | first = Hillary | last = Jackson | title = Arbitration for worker allegedly fired for not attending Scientology classes | url = http://mynewsla.com/crime/2016/03/08/arbitration-for-case-of-worker-who-claims-she-was-fired-for-not-attending-on-the-job-scientology-classes/ | work = MyNewsLA | date = March 8, 2016 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}