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A companion volume to How to Prepare and Present a Labor Arbitration Case.
Although information on arbitration—opinions, awards, and analysis of substantive and procedural issues—fills hundreds of volumes, no book until now has focused solely on how an arbitrator goes about reaching a decision. Inside Arbitration: How an Arbitrator Decides Labor and Employment Cases, written in a question-and-answer format, candidly explains what goes on in the mind of an arbitrator throughout the arbitration process, something that is not revealed in written opinions or traditional analysis.
Inside Arbitration helps both lawyer and nonlawyer advocates with all levels of experience better understand the arbitration process from a seasoned arbitrator’s viewpoint and to improve their skills in using that process. It also provides insights that are useful for arbitrators in reviewing their own practices. Based in part on real questions submitted by practicing advocates, this book offers answers based on the author’s extensive experience as an arbitrator and the experiences of fellow arbitrators. Inside Arbitration presents detailed information on issues such as:
Inside Arbitration includes a full chapter on the emerging field of employment arbitration, comparing and contrasting it with traditional labor arbitration procedure, as well as a chapter on mediation.
Sample Questions from the book*
*Additional questions may be submitted to the author for inclusion in future editions.
"Roger Abrams’ Inside Arbitration: How an Arbitrator Decides Labor and Employment Cases is a book I wish I’d had the capacity and time to write. It is a sophisticated insider’s view of the arbitral process and the legal and practical contexts in which it operates. I recommend it as a must-read for students, advocates, successful arbitrators, and new practitioners alike."
Arbitrator, Mediator, and President, The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers
"Reading Abrams is like having a lively, informative conversation with one of our foremost chroniclers of the development of labor arbitration. Only now he’s willing to share his blunt, revealing answers to all the questions you might ever have had about the way arbitrators actually decide cases—and even tells you what questions to ask."
Degan Professor Emeritus of Law, University of Michigan Law School
“[T]his volume represents the first time that the process by which an arbitrator reaches a decision has been described in detail.”
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