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Academy President Barrett states that the common law of the shop has developed as a result of arbitrators’ decisions that have spelled out what guidelines must be followed by the parties. Nonetheless, he advises that where the law of the shop has been well-defined, drawing increasingly fine distinctions can end up lacking substantial difference, and …

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The author identifies ten precepts that although are now uniformly accepted in private grievance arbitration, were once vigorously disputed. Among them is the notion that an employee should obey now and grieve later, that new evidence and new contentions should not be introduced at arbitration. However, now that private grievance arbitration is an established, even …

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