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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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A discussion of the changes associated with technology that impact job privileges and job security, including the need for new devices to satisfy business requirements, workers’ demands and those of…

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Attorney Boone examines how industrial democracy has been promoted by the Trilogy cases.He examines the intellectual, legal, and historical context of the Trilogy; and the role of union advocates in…

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A discussion of the problems inherent in reconciling the static language of the collective bargaining agreement with the pressures for industrial change and development. The author discusses the problems associated…

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Review of processes for resolving impasses over new public sector contracts. Discusses major objectives unique to the public sector and means of achieving them.

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Prof. Kochan addresses the future of collective bargaining and its implications for labor arbitration. He considers two questions about the future of collective bargaining: 1) How widespread will collective bargaining…

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A discussion of some of the elements that place strains on collective bargaining and the developments necessary to the preservation of free collective bargaining. The author discusses new, creative and…

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A discussion of the changes associated with technology that impact job privileges and job security, including the need for new devices to satisfy business requirements, workers’ demands and those of…

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A broad view of the parties’ system of self-government that addresses substantive and procedural issues, from the scope of the duty to bargain to arbitration. The author opines that arbitrators…

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Comparison of the American system of industrial relations with its European counterparts; principally with the British system. The author concludes that American workers are better protected than their European counterparts,…

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