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NLRB Chairman Liebman describes the increasingly intense polemic environment in which the NLRB has recently functioned.

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The author posits that the typical election campaign involves the employer’s conduct of an adversarial campaign, during which it has unlimited access to the electorate throughout the workday while the union does not. Unions have sought to negotiate card check and neutrality agreements with employers as an alternative: the employer recognizes and bargains with the …

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An examination of the history and current status of NLRB deferral (of unfair labor practice charges) to arbitration of disputes arising under a collective bargaining relationship.

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A critical appraisal of the handling of representational issues under the NLRA and its negative impact on private sector union membership. The alternative of increased employment regulation is rejected and reforms within the current statutory and regulatory framework are recommended. Use of federalism and drawing from the Canadian experience is also recommended. [see also 1985, …

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An analysis of the influence of the interaction of courts and the NLRB in enforcing or deferring to arbitrators’ decision making and opinion writing. Awareness of judicial standards and express articulation of legal issues decided in drafting awards is recommended.

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A review of key NLRB deferral decisions and related court decisions that have resulted in the expectation that arbitrators will apply the law. An increase in the arbitration of statutorily-based issues is seen as likely, and the author suggests the publication of arbitration awards in which NLRB charges have been deferred. More clearly articulated standards …

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The author maintains that, under Collyer, deferral has been distorted to mean a national policy in favor of arbitrating all disputes involving contract terms, making compulsory a process that was intended to be available to labor and management as a voluntarily method of dispute resolution. Professor Alleyne asserts that the Board’s discretion has been improperly …

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Report of the Committee on Law and Legislation

The Committee presents 16 cases from the courts and the Labor Board that it considers significant for the developmentof the law of labor arbitration.

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The annual report of the Academy’s Committee on Law and Legislation includes review of federal appellate level cases in 1976. Included are sections on Supreme Court decisions; enforcement of the right to arbitrate; conduct of arbitration and enforcement of awards; specialized court actions; and arbitration and the NLRB.

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The annual report of the Academy’s Committee on Law and Legislation includes review of 450 Federal appellate level cases in 1975. Included are Supreme Court decisions; enforcement of the right to arbitrate; conduct of arbitration and enforcement of awards; specialized court actions; and arbitration and the NLRB.

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