Synopsis By: Golick - Proceeding Author: Robert M. Dorhmann, James C. Oldham, Anthony T. Oliver, Jr.

An examination of the ways in which the tendency to legislate infiltrates the arbitration process. In addition to cases considering aspects of the National Labor Relations Act, there is a steady flow of cases dealing with areas of statutory regulation of the workplace: wage and hour, safety and health, pension and welfare benefits, and equal employment opportunity. Discussants consider the role of advocates in the legalization of the arbitration world and address post-arbitration litigation.