Fairweather S Practice And Procedure In Labor Arbitration

Author: Owen Fairweather
Publisher: BNA Books
ISBN: 9781570181719
Size: 70.49 MB
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For more than two decades, this volume has assisted parties, representatives, & decision makers by revealing the methods arbitrators use to solve the practical & procedural problems they encounter. Packed with information, the Fourth Edition guides you by documenting & analyzing arbitrators' pertinent rulings--& by discussing the courts' actions in judicial review. You get complete coverage of key topics including: * submission of a case to arbitration * suits to compel or to stay arbitration * selection of the arbitrator * challenges to arbitrability * the hearing, evidence, rules of evidence, witnesses, contract interpretation, & burden of proof * remedies awarded by arbitrators * due process considerations, fair representation obligations, standard of review, & vacation * arbitration & the enforcement of statutory rights * arbitration in the non-collective bargaining setting.

Grievance Guide

Author: Karen Ertel
Publisher: Bureau of National Affairs (BNA)
ISBN: 9781682673171
Size: 24.14 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Negotiating A Labor Contract

Author: Charles S. Loughran
Publisher: Greenwood Press
ISBN: 9781570183720
Size: 47.86 MB
Format: PDF
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This book describes all aspects of collective bargaining from a management perspective. The work discusses how to develop objectives, draft contract language, cost demands, make offers and counter-offers, and resolve impasse points in negotiations.

How To Prepare And Present A Labor Arbitration Case

Author: Charles S. Loughran
Publisher: Bna Books
ISBN: 9780871798879
Size: 55.42 MB
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Before the heating, during the hearing, and following the hearing -- here is your essential guide to achieving winning results in arbitration. The author, a former labor attorney and employee relations executive, explains the most effective techniques you can use to: - determine what needs to be proven - assemble the evidence - select the arbitrator - present the case in chief - deal with objections - handle adverse witnesses - draft posthearing briefs - and more You get step-by-step analysis and advice on formal arbitration procedures, plus guidance on how to adapt your presentation to the arbitrator's individual style. On-point examples throughout the text -- plus sample statements and arguments, forms, checklists, a reading list, and more -- will save you valuable time and streamline your preparation.

Fundamentals Of Labor Arbitration

Author: Jay E. Grenig
Publisher: Juris Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1933833823
Size: 66.12 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Nearly 30 years after its initial publication, the American Arbitration Association’s seminal primer, Labor Arbitration: What You Need to Know, has undergone a complete facelift with the publication of this brand new book. Fundamentals of Labor Arbitration, the first volume in the "AAA/ICDR Dispute Resolution Series," features all new content that is indispensable to advocates, arbitrators, employers, unions, and readers who wish to know more about resolving labor-management ­disputes. Here readers will find a clear introduction to the grievance process and labor arbitration, as well as practical guidance to help users of the process effectively resolve labor-management disputes in the private and public sectors. This book is co-published by the American Arbitration Association and the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Scheinman Institute on Conflict Resolution.

Concise Arbitration

Author: Mistelis
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
ISBN: 9041126090
Size: 80.22 MB
Format: PDF
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Concise International Arbitration is part of Kluwer Law International's 'Concise' series. These publications have proven enormously valuable to busy practitioners who require a succinct, accessible and authoritative commentary on the most commonly-used instruments, unencumbered by dense legal argument. Each book in the series breaks down the relevant texts by article and by each paragraph of the article, followed by one or more notes. The intention is to give the reader a rapid appreciation of the meaning and effect of each provision and to point in the right direction should further information (e.g., case law) be needed.

Employment Arbitration 2nd Edition

Author: Thomas E. Carbonneau
Publisher: Juris Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1929446667
Size: 64.39 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Employment Arbitration provides practical commentary and analysis in the area of employment arbitration, for both the novice and the seasoned practitioner. It contains a comprehensive overview of the major developments in this emerging field and it supplies the reader with analysis, perspective, and commentary. The cases selected for presentation and analysis are the most significant decided to date. The case summaries are comprehensive, cogent, and objectively rendered. In addition, they contain critical evaluations which can be of use in developing litigation strategy or advising clients on business practices. The volume also describes and assesses political developments - proposed legislation and lobbying efforts - that address or which could affect this new use of arbitration. Employment Arbitrationemphasizes a number of issues that are particularly controversial in the area: the enforceability of employer-imposed arbitration agreements, the award of attorney’s fees and punitive damages, and the review of arbitral determinations on civil rights claims. Finally, the volume provides the reader with model employment arbitration agreements that are accompanied by extensive commentary and explanations.