An introduction to labor arbitration

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Praeger, Sep 26, 1988 - Law - 280 pages
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Although a few books on the market set forth the elements of labor arbitration, no single volume exists that gathers the essential elements of the arbitration process in a detailed, comprehensive, and logical presentation. An Introduction to Labor Arbitration is a clear, jargon-free guidebook that inexperienced practitioners will find essential to prepare for arbitration. As an introductory text, this work is an excellent resource for understanding the fundamental theory, practice, and procedure of labor arbitration.

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Principles of Contract Interpretation

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About the author (1988)

CHARLES S. LACUGNA has taught Political Science at Seattle University for forty years.

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