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You Want a Piece of Pyett With That? III. Panel Discussion

A panel discussion about the practical implications of arbitrating statutory claims that arise in the workplace

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On December 1, 2006, new electronic-discovery provisions of the Federal Rules of Civil procedure took effect. The author recites relevant rules, discusses the cost-apportioning criteria prescribed by judge Shira Scheindlin in Zubulake v. UBS Warburg L.L.C., and concludes that the rules furnish useful guidelines for electronic discovery in CBA-based arbitration.

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Hot topics in sports arbitration

The panelists discuss recent developments in sports arbitration including, especially, the Terrell Owens decision issued by Arbitrator Richard Bloch.

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New forms of evidence in a high-tech age: III. Panel Discussion

A panel discussion of the discovery process for electronic evidence.

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Arbitration in the public sector: The new systems and the established systems: What each might learn from the other.

Public sector arbitration of grievance and interest disputes is examined in several sectors: the Puerto Rican system; the union perspective stateside; the employer perspective in the State of Florida; the New York experience; and the federal sector (after 9/11).

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Bill Usery is introduced and his career described, and his career is described. Secretary Usery then gives a brief history of labor arbitration in the U.S., and the contribution made by the Academy.

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