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Decisional thinking: West Coast panel report:Conclusion and Panel discussion

The panelists discuss discovery, the duty of full disclosure, evidence, burden of proof, testimony, production of witnesses, Title VII, the duty of fair representation, and a broad range of subjects pertaining to decision-making in arbitration.

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Should the scope of arbitration be restricted?

A panel discussion of the papers presented by Francis A. O’Connell and Ben Fischer including the views of the discussants as to whether arbitrators should limit themselves to the language of the contract.

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Survey of arbitration

A survey of the arbitration cases heard by NAA members in 1964

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Remedies in labor arbitration

The author suggests that the parties may often be in a better position than the arbitrator to determine the appropriate remedy, and encourages remand. He views arbitration as being the most useful when it does not substitute for collective bargaining, and urges restraint in fashioning novel remedies: e.g., fines, injunctions, and punitive damages.The author defines …

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A survey of arbitrator demographics, workload and fees conducted by the Committee.

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