Synopsis By: Lurie - Proceeding Author: Andrew M. Kramer

Attorney Kramer proposes that the Pyett-style arbitration clause is unlikely to become commonplace. He examines the Court’s reliance on LMRA Section 301 that preceded the Trilogy and later decisions that remain influential, including decision that endorse the enforcement of statutes through arbitration. He asserts that arbitrators possess the competence to interpret statutory claims.