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National Academy of Arbitrators (NAA) Annual Proceedings 2009

This resource chronicles the Proceedings of the National Academy of Arbitrators (NAA) 2009 Annual Meeting.

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The premiere resource for practitioners in the field of arbitration 

Arbitration 2009: Due Process in the Workplace continues the NAA’s tradition of producing the most timely and enduring examination of labor and employment relations topics, where diversity of opinion and research stimulate a rethinking of old paradigms and serve as a catalyst for advancing practice in the field. As a resource for students, professors, and advocates, Arbitration 2009 reflects a “due process” theme with presentations such as How Much Process Are You Due? Balancing Due Process and Access to Justice; Due Processin Employment Arbitration: The Arbitration Fairness Act and the Future of the Process; and Ethical Issues and Due Process. Other topics include religious conflict in the workplace, interest arbitration, remedies in discipline cases, the outer limits of the duty to accommodate in Canada, and constitutional issues in the public sector workplace.


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