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Arbitration of discrimination grievances

The author discusses the statutes enacted between 1963 and 1978 prohibiting discrimination because of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, and age, and the practical limits of arbitration under collective…

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Due process and fair representation in grievance handling in the public sector

A discussion of public employee rights. Due process standards in the public and private sectors are compared, and the “property interest” of public sector employees in their employment status and…

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Decisional thinkingNew York panel report

A survey of the pooled knowledge and experience of judges, advocates, and arbitrators; as to how decisions come into being and how they are shaped by the institutional framework within…

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The author describes factors for the “clogging” of the arbitration process and that threaten the “final and binding quality” of decisions. These factors include “passing the buck” to the arbitrator;…

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The author reviews the increasing entwining of arbitration and the law and warns Academy members against the conclusion of their “having made it” or being fully proficient, based solely on…

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The annual report of the Academy’s Committee on Law and Legislation includes review of 450 Federal appellate level cases in 1975. Included are Supreme Court decisions; enforcement of the right…

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Duty of fair representation: The role of the arbitrator

A discussion of “the duty of fair representation” arbitration proceedings, in terms of both the union and management responsibility. The author inquires into the arbitrator’s role when it becomes clear…

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