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A mock arbitration and trial – by judge and by jury – of a single set of stipulated facts, reveals the differences between each adjudicatory process. The elements of the…

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Arbitration: toward a rebirth

The author discusses two recent Fifth Circuit Title VII cases that epitomize areas governed by statutory principles which might better be controlled by collective bargaining. In each case, an agreement…

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Arbitrability and the arbitrator’s jurisdiction

An examination of the differences between arbitrability and jurisdiction. Author Justin posits that an arbitrator serves as parties’ agent, with the arbitrator’s award viewable as a contract of settlement, and…

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In negotiating their CBA, the parties to a collective bargaining agreement select “their own brand of industrial justice.” The role of the arbitrator is to effectuate their intent. The author…

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Judge Edwards discusses the advantages of arbitration over the litigation of labor disputes, and endorses arbitration for employment disputes, including discrimination.

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