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Federal sector arbitration

Chairman McKee discusses the authority of the Federal Labor Relations Authority to set aside arbitrators’ decisions involving federal statute if found to be contrary to law, rule or regulation, or…

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Arbitration in a changing environment

David Feller introduces Justice Brennan, who, observes that “arbitral awards are not accorded sufficient finality and that federal law intrudes at every turn.” Justice Brennan recommends that arbitrators do their…

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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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An assessment of the relevance of the procedural due process criteria of Arbitrator Carroll Daugherty’s seven tests for just cause, and the “harmful error” standard of the Federal Civil Service…

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An introduction to three articles: 1) “harmless error” vs. due process under the Dougherty seven tests; 2) the assertion that substantive due process requires “fairness”; 3) procedural due process and…

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