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Fairweather's Practice and Procedure in Labor Arbitration, Fourth Edition

This landmark reference for parties, representatives, and decision-makers covers all aspects of labor arbitration. It highlights representative rulings and opinions to help practitioners solve practical and procedural problems.

Price: $135 Book


Meet The Author

Ray J. Schoonhoven
Editor (deceased)
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Description

For more than two decades, this volume has helped parties, representatives, and decisionmakers understand how arbitrators solve the practical and procedural problems they encounter.

 


SUMMARY OF CONTENTS

  • Source of Law in Labor Arbitration
  • Submission of a Case to Arbitration
  • Suits to Compel or to Stay Arbitration
  • Selection of the Arbitrator or the Board
  • Arbitrability Challenges Before the Arbitrator
  • Obtaining the Evidence
  • The Hearing
  • The Witnesses
  • Contract Interpretation
  • The Burden of Proof
  • Arbitral Standards of Review of Management Decisions
  • Rules of Evidence
  • Due Process Considerations
  • Polygraphy in Labor Arbitration
  • Remedies
  • Posthearing Procedures
  • The Award
  • Vacation, Enforcement, or Correction
  • Arbitration and the Enforcement of Statutory Rights
  • Fair Representation Obligations
  • Arbitration in the Noncollective Bargaining Setting
  • Table of Awards/Table of Cases/Index

Author

Bloomberg BNA authors and editors are practicing professionals with insider perspectives and real-life experience. Learn more about this book’s authors and editors.
Ray J. Schoonhoven was a partner in Seyfarth Shaw, Chicago, IL, where he specialized in employment law and labor relations.

Contents

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