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Arbitration and rights under collective agreements: Report of the Committee on Law and Legislation for 1965

A discussion of recent judicial decisions affecting labor arbitration and collective bargaining agreements. Key areas: Procedural arbitrability; obligations of successor employers; substantive arbitrability; suits to compel or stay arbitration; arbitrator’s’…

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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…

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Arbitration and federal rights under collective agreements: Report of the Committee on Law and Legislation for 1966

Review of recent court decisions affecting collective bargaining agreements. Major subdivisions of report include statute of limitations; actions cognizable under Section 301 of the LMRA; parties to the action, obligations…

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An exploration of the impact of the Gilmer decision on arbitration, and the relationship between the Federal Arbitration Act and the Steelworker Trilogy: “Gilmer has laid the foundation for a…

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Ruminations about ideology, law, and labor arbitration

Examination of (1) whether arbitration is especially vulnerable to pressure incompatible with fair and even-handed dispute resolution; (2) the appropriate role of courts in reviewing arbitration decisions; and (3) the…

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Professor Cox states the legal effects of the Lincoln Mills decision, and offers three assertions: 1) those involved in arbitration cannot ignore judicial decisions under section 301; 2) the construction…

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Section 301 – problems and prospects

A review of 15 years under Section 301 of the Taft-Hartley Act. The review examines: the extent and character of the litigation initiated under Section 301; some of the jurisdictional…

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Enterprise Wheel permits judicial scrutiny of labor arbitration awards to determine whether an award draws its essence from the collective bargaining agreement. The imprecision of that standard of judicial review…

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Arbitrator Aaron opines that the immediate effects of Lincoln Mills may be disruptive of industrial relations, because most judges are both poorly informed on the subject and have attitudes that…

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