How Arbitration Works

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Edward P. Goggin, Marlin M. Volz
Bureau of National Affairs, 1997 - Political Science - 1233 pages
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Labor law and dispute resolution professionals have long considered this to be the standard text on labor arbitration.Now kept up to date by specialists from the ABA Section of Labor & Employment Law's Committee on Alternative Dispute Resolution in Labor and Employment Law, this definitive resource continues to benefit arbitrators, advocates, and scholars.In this exhaustive Fifth Edition, contributors explore the workings of labor-management arbitration and the full range of questions and problems that confront parties and arbitrators. The editors apply authoritative analysis of basic practice and procedure to integrate relevant laws and their impact on dispute resolution, collective bargaining, and related issues.New information includes discussion of the use of polygraph evidence, examination of employment at will and arbitration, review of Supreme Court cases relevant to arbitration issues, and a listing of jurisdiction that have adopted the Uniform Arbitration Act.You get incisive discussion of significant arbitration topics -- and the awards that are shaping the dispute resolution arena. Plus, extensive footnoting, a complete table of court cases, and a helpful index will save you time finding vital information.

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Contents

Arbitration and Its Setting 1
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Legal Status of Arbitration 28
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Legal Status of Arbitration in StateSector
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