Abstract

In this article, Professor Nolan and Dean Abrams explore the origins of the modern labor arbitration process through its early years. Before the twentieth century, arbitration was used as a means for resolving bargaining disputes and industrial conflict. Only in the 1930s with the organization of major manufacturing industries would the current form of grievance arbitration emerge.

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Originally published in University of Florida Law Review, Vol. 35, No. 3, pp. 373-421, Summer 1983.

Keywords

labor arbitration

Disciplines

Law

Publisher

University of Florida College of Law

Publication Date

Summer 1983

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Copyright 1983 Dennis R. Nolan and Roger I. Abrams.

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