In this case, the Tribunal decided that agreements reconciling workplace discrimination and other legal rights must meet the following requirements to be enforceable under California law: (1) requiring neutral arbitrators; (2) allow for more than minimal discoveries; (3) require a written decision from the arbitrator; (4) authorize all types of remedies that are otherwise available in court; and (5) not require staff members to pay inappropriate arbitration fees or charges as a prerequisite for access to arbitration. Prior to the entry into force of California`s ban on forced regulation, several parties filed an appeal against the state. . . .