The Resource Arbitration 2014 : the test of time : proceedings of the sixty-seventh annual meeting, National Academy of Arbitrators, Chicago, Illinois, May 21-24, 2014, edited by Richard N. Block, Charles Feigenbaum, Rose Jacobs, Susan Grody Ruben, Mary Ellen Shea, Jan Stiglitz ; technical assistance, Mark I. Lurie

Arbitration 2014 : the test of time : proceedings of the sixty-seventh annual meeting, National Academy of Arbitrators, Chicago, Illinois, May 21-24, 2014, edited by Richard N. Block, Charles Feigenbaum, Rose Jacobs, Susan Grody Ruben, Mary Ellen Shea, Jan Stiglitz ; technical assistance, Mark I. Lurie

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Arbitration 2014 : the test of time : proceedings of the sixty-seventh annual meeting, National Academy of Arbitrators, Chicago, Illinois, May 21-24, 2014
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Arbitration 2014
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the test of time : proceedings of the sixty-seventh annual meeting, National Academy of Arbitrators, Chicago, Illinois, May 21-24, 2014
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edited by Richard N. Block, Charles Feigenbaum, Rose Jacobs, Susan Grody Ruben, Mary Ellen Shea, Jan Stiglitz ; technical assistance, Mark I. Lurie
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Arbitration 2014
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proceedings of the sixty-seventh annual meeting, National Academy of Arbitrators, Chicago, Illinois, May 21-24, 2014
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Bloomberg Law (Online database)
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illustrations
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index present
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HD5481
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.N32 2014 ONLINE
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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2014 :
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National Academy of Arbitrators
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  • Block, Richard N.
  • Feigenbaum, Charles
  • Rees, Rose
  • Ruben, Susan Grody
  • Stiglitz, Jan
  • Lurie, Mark I
  • Bloomberg BNA
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Proceedings of the sixty-seventh Annual Meeting, National Academy of Arbitrators,
Series volume
67th
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  • Arbitration, Industrial
  • Grievance arbitration
  • Collective bargaining
  • Dispute resolution (Law)
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Arbitration 2014 : the test of time : proceedings of the sixty-seventh annual meeting, National Academy of Arbitrators, Chicago, Illinois, May 21-24, 2014, edited by Richard N. Block, Charles Feigenbaum, Rose Jacobs, Susan Grody Ruben, Mary Ellen Shea, Jan Stiglitz ; technical assistance, Mark I. Lurie
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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mixed
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text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Fast food strikes overview
  • by Steven K. Ury
  • Volkswagen Chattanooga and the UAW : a new approach to organizing by the UAW?
  • by Adam C. Wit
  • Panel discussion
  • moderator: Martin H. Malin and Susan L. Stewart ; panelists: Richard J. Charney, Steven K. Ury, Lewis Gottheil, and Adam Wit
  • Will we see the return of the labor strike?
  • moderator: Walt De Treux ; panelists, Karl Fritton, Thomas Kochan, Karen Kent, and Jorge Ramirez
  • Airline industry consolidation and the expected effects on labor relations issues
  • by Joshua M. Javits
  • Presidential address: Historical perspectives on the judicial enforcement of arbitration agreements
  • Panel discussion
  • Chair: Edward J. Harrick, moderator, Joshua M. Javits, panelists, Joshua M. Javits, Lee Moak, Douglas P. McKeen, and Veda Shook
  • Lessons learned : a look at the 2012 Chicago teachers' strike
  • moderator: Amedeo Greco, speakers: Robert E. Bloch, and James C. Franczek, Jr.
  • What arbitrators need to know about the postal arbitration process
  • moderator: Margo R. Newman, panelists, Thomas J. Branch, Joey C. Johnson, Tony McKinnon, Sr., Mike Mlakar, and Manuel L. Peralta, Jr.
  • Hot off the press : sports, labor law, arbitration, and collective bargaining
  • speaker: Lester Munson, panelists, Tom DePaso, Dan Halem, and David Prouty
  • The
  • Future of labor and employment arbitration : the view from the bench
  • by James Oldham
  • moderator: Barry Winograd, Panelists, Diane P. Wood, Laurence H. Silberman, and Paul L. Friedman
  • DSM-5 : personality disorders as they relate to the workplace and arbitration
  • moderator: James Oldham, panelists: Gregg Bloche, and John Oldham
  • Social media and electronic communications : ethical practices and pitfalls
  • moderator: Jeanne Charles Wood, Panelists, Margaret R. Brogan, Vici Peterson Cohen, Jane Devlin, and Michel G. Picher
  • Arbitration in Canada : trends in damages
  • moderator: Randi Hammer Abramsky, speakers: Emily M. Burke and Kenneth Paul Swan
  • Arbitral discretion : how far? how deep? it all depends
  • by Richard Mittenthal
  • An
  • Distinguished speaker address: Labor-management partnerships : ushering in a sea change, or just an aberration?
  • Empirical evaluation of the adjudication of statutory human rights claims before labour arbitrators and human rights tribunals in Ontario : a preliminary report
  • by Martin H. Malin, Sara Slinn, and Jon M. Werner
  • The
  • Advocates' view of unusual and not-so-unusual remedies
  • moderator: Steven M. Bierig, speakers: Jeremy Glenn and Heidi Parker
  • Hard times do not have to mean zero sum results
  • by J. Dale Berry
  • Internally consistent settlements and awards are paramount in difficult economic times
  • by Susan K. Hanse
  • Interest arbitration in hard times : are they times really hard?
  • by George Cohen
  • by Harvey A. Nathan
  • Recent trends in interest arbitration
  • by Mary Jo Schiavoni
  • Panel discussion
  • moderator: Fredric R. Dichter, panelists, J. Dale Berry, Susan K. Hansen, Harvey A. Nathan, and Mary Jo Schiavoni
  • Using mediation in the grievance process at American Airlines
  • moderator: Kathy Fragnoli, panelists, Debbie Carvatta and Laura Glading
  • Military activation and return : the National Guard and Reserve employee
  • moderator: Michelle Miller-Kotula, panelists, Brian Clauss and Roger MacDougall
  • Arbitrator best practices from the advocates perspective
  • Alternative approaches to collective bargaining
  • moderator, Randi E. Lowitt, panelists, Kevin Camden, and Jennifer Dunn
  • Challenging orthodoxies : paper and comments. Introduction
  • by Shyam Das
  • Challenging orthodoxies
  • by Dennis R. Nolan ;
  • Discussion
  • Professional responsibility standards in employment arbitration
  • by Kenneth May and Julia R. Perdue
  • Fireside chat with Robert Gorman
  • by Richard J. Charney
  • Innovations in organizing
  • by Lewis Gottheil
Control code
945929387
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (ix, 598 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)945929387
Label
Arbitration 2014 : the test of time : proceedings of the sixty-seventh annual meeting, National Academy of Arbitrators, Chicago, Illinois, May 21-24, 2014, edited by Richard N. Block, Charles Feigenbaum, Rose Jacobs, Susan Grody Ruben, Mary Ellen Shea, Jan Stiglitz ; technical assistance, Mark I. Lurie
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
mixed
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Fast food strikes overview
  • by Steven K. Ury
  • Volkswagen Chattanooga and the UAW : a new approach to organizing by the UAW?
  • by Adam C. Wit
  • Panel discussion
  • moderator: Martin H. Malin and Susan L. Stewart ; panelists: Richard J. Charney, Steven K. Ury, Lewis Gottheil, and Adam Wit
  • Will we see the return of the labor strike?
  • moderator: Walt De Treux ; panelists, Karl Fritton, Thomas Kochan, Karen Kent, and Jorge Ramirez
  • Airline industry consolidation and the expected effects on labor relations issues
  • by Joshua M. Javits
  • Presidential address: Historical perspectives on the judicial enforcement of arbitration agreements
  • Panel discussion
  • Chair: Edward J. Harrick, moderator, Joshua M. Javits, panelists, Joshua M. Javits, Lee Moak, Douglas P. McKeen, and Veda Shook
  • Lessons learned : a look at the 2012 Chicago teachers' strike
  • moderator: Amedeo Greco, speakers: Robert E. Bloch, and James C. Franczek, Jr.
  • What arbitrators need to know about the postal arbitration process
  • moderator: Margo R. Newman, panelists, Thomas J. Branch, Joey C. Johnson, Tony McKinnon, Sr., Mike Mlakar, and Manuel L. Peralta, Jr.
  • Hot off the press : sports, labor law, arbitration, and collective bargaining
  • speaker: Lester Munson, panelists, Tom DePaso, Dan Halem, and David Prouty
  • The
  • Future of labor and employment arbitration : the view from the bench
  • by James Oldham
  • moderator: Barry Winograd, Panelists, Diane P. Wood, Laurence H. Silberman, and Paul L. Friedman
  • DSM-5 : personality disorders as they relate to the workplace and arbitration
  • moderator: James Oldham, panelists: Gregg Bloche, and John Oldham
  • Social media and electronic communications : ethical practices and pitfalls
  • moderator: Jeanne Charles Wood, Panelists, Margaret R. Brogan, Vici Peterson Cohen, Jane Devlin, and Michel G. Picher
  • Arbitration in Canada : trends in damages
  • moderator: Randi Hammer Abramsky, speakers: Emily M. Burke and Kenneth Paul Swan
  • Arbitral discretion : how far? how deep? it all depends
  • by Richard Mittenthal
  • An
  • Distinguished speaker address: Labor-management partnerships : ushering in a sea change, or just an aberration?
  • Empirical evaluation of the adjudication of statutory human rights claims before labour arbitrators and human rights tribunals in Ontario : a preliminary report
  • by Martin H. Malin, Sara Slinn, and Jon M. Werner
  • The
  • Advocates' view of unusual and not-so-unusual remedies
  • moderator: Steven M. Bierig, speakers: Jeremy Glenn and Heidi Parker
  • Hard times do not have to mean zero sum results
  • by J. Dale Berry
  • Internally consistent settlements and awards are paramount in difficult economic times
  • by Susan K. Hanse
  • Interest arbitration in hard times : are they times really hard?
  • by George Cohen
  • by Harvey A. Nathan
  • Recent trends in interest arbitration
  • by Mary Jo Schiavoni
  • Panel discussion
  • moderator: Fredric R. Dichter, panelists, J. Dale Berry, Susan K. Hansen, Harvey A. Nathan, and Mary Jo Schiavoni
  • Using mediation in the grievance process at American Airlines
  • moderator: Kathy Fragnoli, panelists, Debbie Carvatta and Laura Glading
  • Military activation and return : the National Guard and Reserve employee
  • moderator: Michelle Miller-Kotula, panelists, Brian Clauss and Roger MacDougall
  • Arbitrator best practices from the advocates perspective
  • Alternative approaches to collective bargaining
  • moderator, Randi E. Lowitt, panelists, Kevin Camden, and Jennifer Dunn
  • Challenging orthodoxies : paper and comments. Introduction
  • by Shyam Das
  • Challenging orthodoxies
  • by Dennis R. Nolan ;
  • Discussion
  • Professional responsibility standards in employment arbitration
  • by Kenneth May and Julia R. Perdue
  • Fireside chat with Robert Gorman
  • by Richard J. Charney
  • Innovations in organizing
  • by Lewis Gottheil
Control code
945929387
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (ix, 598 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)945929387

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