Lindau, David S.
January 1963
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan63, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p215
Academic Journal
The article comments on the article by G. Allan Dash, entitled "The Arbitration of subcontracting Disputes," published in the January 1963 issue. According to the author, Dash's analysis highlights the tendency of arbitrators to rule that management's right to subcontract is subject to limitations which cannot be seen, but which apparently are discernible by the process of implication. The author believes that the implied limitations theory has no justification and should be discarded. However, it should be cleared that the author's comments are directed at decisions which interpret agreements not containing provisions implied to govern subcontracting.


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