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A survey of the evolution of the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Canada in matters of grievance arbitration. From 1975 to 1986 the Court of Canada establisheda policy supportive…

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Canadian jurisprudence: The authors posit that, despite what Professor Nadeau coins the Supreme Court’s “Pro-Arbitration Judicial Policy,” the lower courts have not consistently followed this “Policy,” preferring instead to intervene…

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The survey of Academy members reveals the small but increasing number of cases they take dealing with the employment arbitration of statutory disputes. The survey addresses associated due process concerns;…

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Professor Nolan identifies the forces to which the decline of labor unions are often attributed, but posits that it was the inability of unions to bargain at the national level…

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In Canada, labour arbitrators routinely adjudicate statutory claims that involve “employment-related statutes,” includinghuman rights legislation. This article discusses the approach taken by advocates, arbitrators, and the courts to these claims,…

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NAA President Nicolau discusses the measures the Academy and its member should take to preserve fairness and effectiveness given the increasing frequency with which arbitrators are called upon to resolve…

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President Picher recounts the changing role of arbitrators in applying external law, culminating in the Supreme Court’s 2009 decision in 14 Penn Plaza v Pyett….

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