Anatomy of a Labor Arbitration
This book is a how to guide to the arbitration of a labor dispute. The work uses a dialog format to raise and resolve potential problems at every stage of a proceeding, from the initial decision to arbitrate to the presentation of the case.
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What Is a Grievance for Purposes of Arbitration?
Is the Dispute Arbitrable?
Should the Dispute Go to Arbitration?
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