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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Book Review Highlight Elkouri and Elkouri How Arbitration Works (2012)

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One of the classics, Elkouri and Elkouri has been updated. The 7th edition is edited by Kenneth May and is available for $325, here. Just about anyone who is an abitrator or appears before a labor arbitrator has read this book and has a copy. This edition is new and improved and is a must have. BNA's web site describes this book as follows:

The new Seventh Edition provides additional analysis that enhances the usefulness of the volume and incorporates major points of interest to labor relations practitioners. In-depth coverage of critical topics includes:
  • Arbitrators' consideration of external law in labor arbitration
  • Legislation and litigation developing standards for evidentiary privilege as it relates to union shop stewards
  • Arbitrators' views on threats and violence
  • Reconsideration of the continued viability of the plain meaning rule
  • New case law on the unauthorized practice of law as it relates to labor arbitration
  • Revision of the discussion of state and local government arbitration and interest arbitration in light of recent changes in state law

 

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