Authors

Roger I. Abrams

Document Type

Article

Abstract

This article addresses the fundamental issues of procedural fairness that must be considered in evaluating the labor arbitration process. The Supreme Court has given that process significant autonomy, even to decide disputes that may also constitute statutory violations. What then is the role of a court in these cases? The Supreme Court suggested that a court should give respect to arbitral awards if the process employed was fundamentally fair. This article articulates the elements needed within the labor arbitration process in order to meet the Court's test.

Date of Authorship for this Version

1-1-1977

Keywords

labor arbitration, Law

Original Citation

Originally published in Michigan Law Review, Vol. 79, No. 2, pp. 231-264, December 1977.

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