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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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The Revised Uniform Arbitration Act: Third leg of modern arbitration law

A description of the “mindset and methodology” employed by the drafters of the Revised Uniform Arbitration Act, the essential elements and public policies underlying the Act, and the likely impact…

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The article addresses whether monetary awards should be reduced by unemployment compensation received, or be increased for interest, attorneys’ fees and other payments expended. The awarding of money in non-disciplinary…

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Professor Snow offers a theory for fashioning arbitration remedies in the face of contractual silence: reliance upon “gap-fillers,” (meaning norms embedded in arbitral jurisprudence, e.g. arbitration awards) and as indicated…

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An examination of the factors favoring the arbitration of employment disputes. Gardner-Denver (arbitration presumed to be inappropriate for resolving statutory-based discrimination claims) is distinguished from Gilmer (arbitration is appropriate except…

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Arbitration in the federal sector

Arbitrators and advocates give their per perspectives of arbitration in the federal sector. Arbitrators assert that the parties often fail to provide the relevant law, rules, and regulations that must…

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Arbitration and relentless legalization in the workplace

An examination of the ways in which the tendency to legislate infiltrates the arbitration process. In addition to cases considering aspects of the National Labor Relations Act, there is a…

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