An employee was held bound to an arbitration clause despite his contention that he does not understand English and did not know that the English-written document was an agreement to arbitrate. Molina v. Scandinavian Designs, Inc., No. 13-cv-04256 (N.D. Cal. Apr. 21, 2014). The court found that the employee’s signature on the arbitration contract manifests his assent to its terms, binding him to the contract, regardless of whether he understood it. The employee’s inability to read English did not relieve him of the duty to learn the contents of the contract before signing.