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The authors asserts that arbitrators should recognize a right of confidentiality in communications between a union representative and a grievant concerning a pending or potential grievance.

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The authors opine that there is no legal foundation for deeming communications between a grievant and his/her union representative to be privileged.

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Removal from duty for psychiatric reasons is examined, including the standards of proof, the psychotherapist-patient privilege, and the role of the arbitrator.

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