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National Academy of Arbitrators (NAA) Annual Proceedings 2015

Arbitration 2015: Privacy, Transparency, Legitimacy

 

 

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Arbitration 2015: Privacy, Transparency, Legitimacy

Highlights in the new 68th Annual Proceedings include new considerations in cases involving workplace drug use; an insider’s history of arbitration in the steel industry; a member of the National Labor Relations Board’s discussion of the pros and cons of the new arbitration deferral standard; and a Fireside Chat with William B. Gould IV, law professor emeritus and former chair of the NLRB. Other chapters address issues in employment arbitration; a study of employment arbitrators; the potential perils of working with party arbitrators on tripartite boards of arbitration; puzzling cases involving resignation; and arbitration in law enforcement, airline, and trucking industries. Implications of research relating to credibility determinations and to unconscious bias make this volume required reading for arbitrators.


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The NAA Proceedings are a “must read” for members of the labor-management community and for students and researchers in the field of labor arbitration.

Cindy Fazzi

Book Review Editor, Bookreview, February/April 2005