Nathan P. Feinsinger, Leon L. Fuller
January 1, 1962 Proceedings Database
A panel discussion of arbitration after the Lincoln Mills decision. Mr. Ross sees a need “to restore and protect some of the traditional values of arbitration” by viewing arbitration “not as a mechanical routine, but as a creative instrument in the development of better industrial relations under a system of economic freedom.”
The Committee concludes that the basic standards of ethics applicable to any judge, foremost of which are the qualities of honesty and impartiality,should be applied to the code of labor arbitrators. The Committee makes recommendations with regard to both the conduct of arbitrators and the advocates who appear before them.