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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…
Arbitration as a venerable and honorable process, and the consistency of its attributes is traced from the 17th century.
Ruminations on the first 50 years of the Academy.
Reminiscences of Rolf Valtin. James C. Oldham furnishes an introduction and conducts the interview….
George Nicolau presents the benefits of a national unfair dismissal statute and how it might function. The panelists discuss possible the possible beneficial and harmful consequences of such a statute….
A brief examination of arbitration in the United States prior to 1800 shows its early positive acceptance by the courts.