Spielmans, John V.
October 1954
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Oct54, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p38
Academic Journal
This article deals with getting the dispute settled once the stoppage has been prohibited. Static and dynamic issues are two classes of issues in disputes over conflicting interests. Static issues are concerned with the particular terms claimed to satisfy mutually accepted, nondisputed principles whereas dynamic issues concern the establishment of new standards, or involve dispute over the adoption of new principles. Static emergency disputes and dynamic dispute settlement are discussed in detail.


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