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The parties have a right to expect an arbitrator to answer the question presented, and to resolve that question with a final award when the hearing has concluded. Interim awards, retention of jurisdiction, remanding matters back to the parties, and expansive commentary generally do not serve the purpose for which the parties retained the arbitrator. …

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Arbitrators and arbitrability

A discussion of the problems of “arbitrability” as it applies to the domain of the arbitrator and as distinguished from that of the courts. Challenges to jurisdiction or authority despite the 1960 Supreme Court “Trilogy.”

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The Chrysler-UAW umpire system

A comparison of the elements of the Chrysler-UAW umpire system with those of other umpire systems, and a description of the history of the Chrysler-UAW umpire system.

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