This essential reference for labor relations practitioners covers issues including retiree health insurance, employer intellectual property protections, union recognition, and more. References include citations to hundreds of arbitration awards and judicial decisions. It includes tables of all discussed or cited arbitration awards, statutory authorities, and arbitrators.
Price: $440.00 Main Volume
This is the standard text on labor arbitration that no labor relations specialist, union representative, labor law attorney, professor, or arbitrator should be without.
Elkouri & Elkouri: How Arbitration Works is the most comprehensive and authoritative treatise available on this subject. The reference of first resort, it has been utilized and cited by advocates, arbitrators, and judges more than any other arbitration book published.
Highlights of the Eighth Edition include:
The Eighth Edition covers arbitrators’ consideration of external law in labor arbitration; the developing standards for evidentiary privilege as it relates to union shop stewards; arbitrators’ views on threats and violence; the continued viability of the plain meaning rule; the unauthorized practice of law in labor arbitration; and discussion of state and local government arbitration and interest arbitration.
Reference materials include a table of all arbitration awards cited, a table of arbitrators that can be used to research references to a particular arbitrator, a table of statutory authorities, and a comprehensive index. The treatise also provides citations to hundreds of recent arbitration awards, as well as references to important judicial decisions, academic and professional commentary, administrative agency regulations and opinions, and federal and state legislation.
SUMMARY OF CONTENTS
Ch. 1 - Arbitration and its Setting
Ch. 2 - Legal Status of Arbitration in the Private Sector
Ch. 3 - Scope of Labor Arbitration
Ch. 4 - The Arbitration Tribunal
Ch. 5 - Grievances: Prelude to Arbitration
Ch. 6 - Determining Arbitrability
Ch. 7 - Arbitration Procedures and Techniques
Ch. 8 - Evidence
Ch. 9 - Interpreting Contract Language
Ch. 10 - Use of Substantive Rules of Law
Ch. 11 - Precedential Value of Arbitral Awards
Ch. 12 - Custom and Past Practice
Ch. 13 - Management Rights
Ch. 14 - Seniority
Ch. 15 - Discharge and Discipline
Ch. 16 - Safety and Health
Ch. 17 - Employee Rights and Benefits
Ch. 18 - Remedies in Arbitration
Ch. 19 - Constitutional Issues in Public-Sector Arbitration
Ch. 20 - Legal Status of Arbitration in the Federal Sector
Ch. 21 - Issues in State and Local Government Sector Arbitration
Ch. 22 - Arbitration of Interest Disputes
“For more than 60 years, Elkouri and Elkouri: How Arbitration Works has been the classic reference book for labor arbitration, and it has been valuable to me professionally.”
Past Chair, ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law and Partner, Jackson Lewis P.C.
“Long considered to be the leading work in the field.”
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