Elinor Mills at News.com reports that Google has won a job discrimination lawsuit filed last year by Christina Elwell. Elwell was allegedly released from her job because as "national sales director" at Google, her job required traveling. Due to her being pregnant with quadruplets, traveling would not be easy for her. The court ruled that the arbitration clause in the employment contract is valid and should be handled through an arbitrator.
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