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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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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…

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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…

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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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How the Trilogy was made.

Professor Murphy introduces Professor Feller, and then Professor Feller describes the events in his career that led to his appearance before the Supreme Court in the Steelworkers Trilogy and other…

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The author advocates the “reasonable accommodation” standard for speech in the workplace: i.e., that speech should be limited only on a strong showing that it will cause serious workplace disruption….

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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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Subcontracting in the 1990s

An examination of the law governing subcontracting (where the CBA is silent) in Canada and the United States is given. This is followed by an union advocate’s presentation of on…

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