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A discussion, reprinted from the Industrial and Labor Relations Review 24 (April, 1971), of sex discrimination in the workplace, the impact of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of…

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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…

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NAA President Richard I. Bloch is introduced by U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Harry T. Edwards. President Block proposes that arbitrators engage in more experimentation and innovation in the processes…

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President Zack notes the increasing incorporation by reference of statutory rights into the CBA, and the “statute-reading” authority granted arbitrators by the Supreme Court in Gilmer. He posits the risk…

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The author asserts that arbitrators pay heed to safeguards that have attended centuries of judicial decision making; that they should value precedent to the extent required to achieve consistency, where…

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President Vernon addresses importance of preserving the cultural values implicit in collective bargaining: the human dignity of employees; the moral obligation of the employer to give consideration to their requests;…

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Anthony V. Sinicropi describes the rise and decline of organized labor in the United States, the forces at work regarding each, and the rise of individual rights under federal legislation….

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NAA President Kagel warns of the increasingly legalistic environment for labor arbitration caused by the spill-over of practices from the courts and from private commercial dispute resolution (including employment disputes)….

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President Holley shares the wisdom of Academy colleagues and his own experience on how to become an arbitrator, conduct a hearing, and write a decision. (Avoid bench discussions! Don’t quit…

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This address discusses whether collective bargaining is a public or private institution; the inescapability of judicial review; and concern for the preservation of effective dispute-settling mechanisms through the institution of…

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