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Arbitrator Dunsford observes that there is no legal impediment to the arbitrator’s retention of jurisdiction with respect to remedies, and such retention, without time limit, serves the interests of the…

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Arbitrators and the remedy power

An analysis of two areas of remedies: compensatory damages and injunctions. A discussion of the author’s view in the absence of a clear-cut answer by the courts as to the…

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The parties have a right to expect an arbitrator to answer the question presented, and to resolve that question with a final award when the hearing has concluded. Interim awards,…

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A discussion of some of the reasons functus officio hinders rather than promotes achievement of the objective of management-labor arbitration and the power of the arbitrator to make monetary awards….

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Remedies in labor arbitration

The author suggests that the parties may often be in a better position than the arbitrator to determine the appropriate remedy, and encourages remand. He views arbitration as being the…

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Distressed grievance procedures and their rehabilitation

A discussion of the basis causes of congested grievance and arbitration dockets: how widespread or relatively infrequent is the congestion; the circumstances under which overloading develops; the measures adopted to…

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