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Prof. Kochan addresses the future of collective bargaining and its implications for labor arbitration. He considers two questions about the future of collective bargaining: 1) How widespread will collective bargaining…

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Attorney Boone examines how industrial democracy has been promoted by the Trilogy cases.He examines the intellectual, legal, and historical context of the Trilogy; and the role of union advocates in…

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Mr. Greenhouse, Labor and Workplace Correspondent for the New York Times, observes that, over the past decade, workers’ wages have been stagnant,income inequality has increased, and domestic manufacturing jobs have…

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Professor Lewin describes causes of the decline of arbitration and mediation in unionized settings, and their increase in non-unionized: the enactment of federal regulations affording employee workplace protections; the adoption…

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A brief examination of arbitration in the United States prior to 1800 shows its early positive acceptance by the courts.

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