A Double Arbitration Standard

Aaron, Benjamin
December 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Dec66, Vol. 89 Issue 12, p1387
Academic Journal
Examines the application of labor arbitration to settle labor-management disputes arising under collective bargaining agreements in the United States. Rules on labor arbitration; Spheres of authority of courts and arbitrators; Labor arbitration under federal labor laws.


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