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The deficiencies of labor arbitration as a forum for the resolution of gender, race and other form invidious discrimination under federal law are examined. The tendency of arbitrators to view their grant of authority narrowly. constraints in fashioning remedies, possible complicity of the union in the discriminatory conduct, and an apparent reluctance by arbitrators to …

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Judicial review: As the parties see it

Four advocates expound on the topic of judicial review of arbitration awards. Judges may defer to labor arbitration awards because they believe that any mistakes by the arbitrator pertain to only minor, ad hoc labor disputes with no far-reaching impact, or because they believe that arbitrators possess a special competence. In the area of discrimination …

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The arbitrator and the NLRB: Workshop sessions: Workshop B

Edited transcript of one of four concurrent workshops on papers presented at pages 47 and 67

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