National Academy of Arbitrators (NAA) Annual Proceedings 2011

This resource chronicles the Proceedings of the National Academy of Arbitrators (NAA) 2011 Annual Meeting.

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Mark Lurie


Arbitration 2011: Varieties of the Arbitration Experience

These proceedings of the 64th NAA Annual Meeting are the authoritative and essential reference for understanding significant developments in labor and employment arbitration. The papers collected in this volume were written by experts in the field, including former NLRB Chairman Wilma Liebman, who authored the chapter, "Enduring Values and Persistent Problems: American Labor Law Today"; Vincent A. Harrington, Jr., current NAA President Roberta Golick, Martin Gran, and Thomas Kochan, who authored "Arbitration and the Public Sector's Economic Crisis-a Tale of Two Cities"; Jane H. Devlin, Norman Brand, Alan A. Symonette, Michael Prihar, David R. Williamson, and Chris Sullivan, who authored "Privacy in the Age of Technology"; and Allen Ponak, who authored "Employees in Cyberspace: Meeting the Challenges of the Digital Age." Other topics discussed include workplace bullying, the duty of fair representation, the fairness of expedited arbitration, arbitrator biases, airline mergers, the impact of high-speed rail on labor relations and collective bargaining, and dispute resolution in China. 


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