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A report of appellate litigation involving the arbitral process. The largest volumes of cases were (1) Section 301 cases files by individual employees claiming breach of contract by the employer or of the DFR by the Union, (2) “duty to arbitrate” cases, and (3) cases seeking enforcement of basic, albeit nascent collective bargaining rights in …

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An examination of the relationship between arbitration and the NLRB. Includes discussion of Board deferral to arbitration in unfair labor practice and representation cases, both where arbitration has been used and where it is available but has not been used; the duty to furnish information relevant to contract administration; and arguably invalid contract clauses. Also …

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Discussion of the historical status of labor arbitration; evolution of the jurisdiction of arbitrators, the NLRB, and courts to interpret labor agreements; Supreme Court decisions and NLRB policies regarding NLRB interpretation of labor agreements; and the impact on finality of an award considering or ignoring statutes. Lengthy discussion of the junction of representation / work …

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Arbitration and federal rights under collective agreements in 1967: Report of the Committee on Law and Legislation for 1967

Review of recent court decisions affecting collective bargaining agreements. Major subdivisions of report include individual employee rights under Section 301; actions cognizable under Section 301; determination of whether a contract exists; application of contracts to events predating or postdating the contract term; successor obligations; identity of the parties to the agreement; exhaustion of the grievance …

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The only significant statutory developments involving labor arbitration that came to the Committee’s attention were those in NewYork. They are discussed in Section I of the Report. The survey of reported cases is set forth in Section II. It is headed by the currentdecisions of the United States Supreme Court, followed by federal courts of …

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