Salgado v. Carrows Restaurants, Inc.
The Court of Appeal reversed the trial court's order denying Carrows' motion to compel arbitration. The court held that the language of the arbitration agreement was sufficient to apply to the current action. However, the court remanded to determine a factual issue where time was not relative, but relevant. The factual issue was whether Carrows knew that at the time plaintiff signed an arbitration agreement, plaintiff was represented by counsel. In this case, whether the arbitration agreement was unenforceable should be decided by the trial court. View "Salgado v. Carrows Restaurants, Inc." on Justia Law