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An analysis of Supreme Court cases influencing the development of collective bargain and arbitration, and of the shift of the NLRB’s deferral standards, and reasons other than those raised by…

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A historical perspective of labor law during the 50-years of the Academy’s existence, including the Taft-Hartley Act; the publication of arbitrators’ awards; The Proceedings of the Academy; the development of…

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An examination of collective bargaining in the longshore industry that includes a discussion of the results of the Department of Labor’s Longshore Project, with particular detail as to the New…

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Bill Usery is introduced and his career described, and his career is described. Secretary Usery then gives a brief history of labor arbitration in the U.S., and the contribution made…

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New pension reform legislation

A description of the initial application of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as enforced by the Department of Labor and the Internal Revenue Service. ERISA was created…

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The coming end of arbitration’s golden age.

The “Golden Age” of labor arbitration – “the era of industrial self-governance” – commenced during or soon after WWII, and started to decline in the 1960’s, with an increase in…

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President Murphy reviews the history of the labor movement in the United States, and the founding and development of the National Academy.

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