Elgiadi v. Washington State Univ. Spokane

Elgiadi v. Washington State Univ. Spokane, 24 Wn.App.2d 261, 263, 519 P.3d 939 (2022) (Div. III), review denied sub nom. Elgiadi v. Washington State Univ., 1 Wn.2d 1002, 526 P.3d 844 (Apr. 5, 2023) (affirming the trial court’s summary judgment rulings upon conclusion that a former employee who settles a claim of unlawful discrimination may effectively waive their contingent right to be rehired); id. at 289 (remanding to the superior court for further proceedings to determine whether to invalidate the entire agreement or strike only paragraph 3 of the previously settled lawsuit. Permitting, on remand, the appellant to contend, among other arguments, that the superior court should not invalidate the entire agreement. Allowing, on remand, the appellant to argue that WSU’s seeking to void the entire agreement on the basis of the unlawful no-reapply clause constitutes another form of retaliation in violation of RCW 49.60.210(1).) 

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Posted May 31, 2023

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