Employer sent plaintiff a letter offering employment. The letter contained an integration clause, but also stated that plaintiff would need to sign the employer’s separate arbitration agreement. This decision holds that the integration clause did not bar introduction of evidence of the arbitration agreement since it was not inconsistent with the offer letter’s terms. Also, the the offer letter sufficiently showed the employer’s intent to be bound by the arbitration agreement, so it was enforceable even though not signed by the employer. The arbitration agreement contained an express waiver of the right to a jury trial–needed to make federal discrimination claims arbitrable, but not needed for arbitration of state law claims. The waiver didn’t have to be in different typeface or larger type to be effective.