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How Arbitration Works

How Arbitration Works Author Frank Elkouri
ISBN-10 1258315831
Release 2012-04-01
Pages 518
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How to Prepare and Present a Labor Arbitration Case

How to Prepare and Present a Labor Arbitration Case Author Charles S. Loughran
ISBN-10 157018562X
Release 2006
Pages 739
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How Arbitration Works

How Arbitration Works Author Edward P. Goggin
ISBN-10 0871797909
Release 1997
Pages 1233
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Labor law and dispute resolution professionals have long considered this to be the standard text on labor arbitration.Now kept up to date by specialists from the ABA Section of Labor & Employment Law's Committee on Alternative Dispute Resolution in Labor and Employment Law, this definitive resource continues to benefit arbitrators, advocates, and scholars.In this exhaustive Fifth Edition, contributors explore the workings of labor-management arbitration and the full range of questions and problems that confront parties and arbitrators. The editors apply authoritative analysis of basic practice and procedure to integrate relevant laws and their impact on dispute resolution, collective bargaining, and related issues.New information includes discussion of the use of polygraph evidence, examination of employment at will and arbitration, review of Supreme Court cases relevant to arbitration issues, and a listing of jurisdiction that have adopted the Uniform Arbitration Act.You get incisive discussion of significant arbitration topics -- and the awards that are shaping the dispute resolution arena. Plus, extensive footnoting, a complete table of court cases, and a helpful index will save you time finding vital information.



Fairweather s Practice and Procedure in Labor Arbitration

Fairweather s Practice and Procedure in Labor Arbitration Author Owen Fairweather
ISBN-10 1570181713
Release 1999-01-01
Pages 833
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For more than two decades, this volume has assisted parties, representatives, & decision makers by revealing the methods arbitrators use to solve the practical & procedural problems they encounter. Packed with information, the Fourth Edition guides you by documenting & analyzing arbitrators' pertinent rulings--& by discussing the courts' actions in judicial review. You get complete coverage of key topics including: * submission of a case to arbitration * suits to compel or to stay arbitration * selection of the arbitrator * challenges to arbitrability * the hearing, evidence, rules of evidence, witnesses, contract interpretation, & burden of proof * remedies awarded by arbitrators * due process considerations, fair representation obligations, standard of review, & vacation * arbitration & the enforcement of statutory rights * arbitration in the non-collective bargaining setting.



Evidence in arbitration

Evidence in arbitration Author Marvin Hill
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105043954598
Release 1987-06-01
Pages 465
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This treatise discusses how, when, and why to accept, reject, and credit evidence in an arbitration hearing. Burdens of proof, due process, and the use of medical evidence are analyzed in terms of statutory and case law in the book.



How Arbitration Works

How Arbitration Works Author Frank Elkouri
ISBN-10 1682670570
Release 2016-11
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The Developing Labor Law

The Developing Labor Law Author John E. Higgins
ISBN-10 1570187789
Release 2012
Pages 3556
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The Almond Tree

The Almond Tree Author Michelle Cohen Corasanti
ISBN-10 9781859643303
Release 2012-11-10
Pages 352
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Gifted with a mind that continues to impress the elders in his village, Ichmad Hamid struggles with the knowledge that he can do nothing to save his friends and family. Living on Occupied land, his entire village operates in constant fear of losing their homes, jobs and belongings. But more importantly, they fear losing each other. On Ichmad''s twelfth birthday, that fear becomes reality. With his father imprisoned, his family''s home and possessions confiscated, and his siblings quickly succumbing to hatred in the face of conflict. Ichmad begins an inspiring journey using his intellect to save his poor and dying family. In doing so he reclaims a love for others that was lost through a childhood rife with violence, and discovers a new hope for the future.



Arbitration

Arbitration Author Steven C. Bennett
ISBN-10 0970597088
Release 2002
Pages 209
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Though common in today's economy, arbitration remains relatively remote from the daily practices of most lawyers. This comprehensive handbook offers a thorough introduction to the fundamental concepts and materials for both lawyers and businesspeople. Sui



The Death of the Irreparable Injury Rule

The Death of the Irreparable Injury Rule Author Douglas Laycock
ISBN-10 0195362519
Release 1991-01-17
Pages 382
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The irreparable injury rule says that courts will not grant an equitable remedy to prevent harm if it would be adequate to let the harm happen and grant the legal remedy of money damages. After surveying more than 1400 cases, Laycock concludes that this ancient rule is dead--that it almost never affects the results of cases. When a court denies equitable relief, its real reasons are derived from the interests of defendants or the legal system, and not from the adequacy of the plaintiff's legal remedy. Laycock seeks to complete the assimilation of equity, showing that the law-equity distinction survives only as a proxy for other, more functional distinctions. Analyzing the real rules for choosing remedies in terms of these functional distinctions, he clarifies the entire law of remedies, from grand theory down to the practical details of specific cases. He shows that there is no positive law support for the most important applications of the legal-economic theory of efficient breach of contract. Included are extensive notes and a detailed table of cases arranged by jurisdiction.



Encyclopedia of Small Business

Encyclopedia of Small Business Author Thomson Gale
ISBN-10 0787691127
Release 2006-11
Pages 1216
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This convenient and exhaustive print reference source is designed to provide entrepreneurs with how-to information that they can apply to their own business. The Encyclopedia contains detailed articles and overviews of all the key information needs of small business users, including financing; financial planning; business plan creation; market analysis; sales strategy; tax planning and more.



The Common Law of the Workplace

The Common Law of the Workplace Author Theodore J. St. Antoine
ISBN-10 1570185409
Release 2005
Pages 425
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This second edition provides new information on ethics in arbitration, application of external law, and drug abuse and violence in the workplace.



Labor Arbitration Under Fire

Labor Arbitration Under Fire Author James L. Stern
ISBN-10 0801433053
Release 1997
Pages 265
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Labor arbitration was once seen as an integral part of bargaining and as a pioneering effort to create shop floor justice. But the decline of unions in status and power has raised profound questions about the future of labor arbitration. While labor unions seek justice for twenty-two million workers covered by collective bargaining, arbitration of employment disputes in the non-unionized sectors of the economy is on the increase, with arbitration procedures promulgated by the employer substituting for more expensive litigation. Moreover, arbitration may find a new role among unrepresented employees as the obligation to justify discharges is more widely adopted. This volume chronicles the development of labor arbitration, analyzes the paths it is now following, and suggests what the future may hold under changing conditions.



Basic Skills for the New Arbitrator

Basic Skills for the New Arbitrator Author Allan H. Goodman
ISBN-10 MINN:31951D02298179W
Release 1993
Pages 121
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A hands-on training text that provides an overview of arbitration, from the prehearing phase through the hearing and deliberation of the award. The book answers 100 questions frequently asked by new arbitrators. There is a discussion of evidentiary concepts, which should prove useful for non-attorney arbitrators, who sometimes deal with the evidentiary vocabulary of the legal profession. Learn to provide the necessary ethical disclosures; conduct a preliminary conference; issue prehearing orders; establish a discovery schedule; resolve discovery disputes; deal with attempted delays; preside at a hearing; render an award; and avoid prejudicial conduct.



Justices Presidents and Senators

Justices  Presidents  and Senators Author Henry Julian Abraham
ISBN-10 0742558959
Release 2008
Pages 439
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Explains how United States presidents select justices for the Supreme Court, evaluates the performance of each justice, and examines the influence of politics on their selection.



Contemporary Issues in Employment Relations

Contemporary Issues in Employment Relations Author David Lewin
ISBN-10 0913447927
Release 2006
Pages 311
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In Contemporary Issues in Industrial Relations, a large and diverse group of contributors provides a new thematic treatment of key employment relations issues. These topics include: collective bargaining, worker disability, the return to work, alternative dispute resolution, managerial misclassification and violations of overtime law, new developments in performance-based pay, and retirement from work and managing one's own money. David Lewin's introduction integrates these topics, and a closing roundtable chapter provides a range of perspectives on the book's themes.



Just Cause

Just Cause Author Robert M. Schwartz
ISBN-10 0945902239
Release 2012-01-01
Pages 174
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Offers a step by step guide with advice, tips and winning techniques for use by Grievance representatives to prepare cases and make compelling arguments.