An arbitration provision in an employment agreement provided that the “costs and expenses of the arbitration, including the arbitrator’s fees, shall be borne equally by the parties.” The court held the provision invalid because it would have prevented the plaintiff, if successful, from recovering attorneys fees as provided for in Title VII. However, the court severed the invalid provision and compelled arbitration. Adams v. Republic Parking System, Inc., Case No. 12-1310 (USDC W.D. Okla. April 9, 2013).