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Arbitration as a venerable and honorable process, and the consistency of its attributes is traced from the 17th century.

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The Ten Commandments for advocates: How advocates can improve the labor arbitration process

An arbitrator, management advocate and labor advocate provide background about the arbitration process, and offer advice to advocates about how to present their cases more effectively and improve the arbitration process.

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President Stark posits that “arbitration is still young and growing. It has all the attributes of a healthy, responsive institution, including normal growing pains.” He then surveys arbitration in the steel, auto, rubber, and construction industries; expedited arbitration in the steel, brewery, fabricating, broadcasting and airline industries; appellate and quasi-appellate procedures in the publishing, coal, …

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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 produced by good-faith collective bargaining, and based upon a realistic appraisal of external law as it existed when the accord was reached, was required, as …

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Arbitration in government

A survey of the involvement of the legislature and the judiciary in the history of arbitration, the governmental use of arbitration, and the role of government as an arbitrator of disputes and as a party in the arbitration process.

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