Abstract

In this article, Professor Nolan and Dean Abrams complete their discussion of the history of American labor arbitration up to the present day. In particular, they analyze the critical importance of the War Labor Board in the development of the labor arbitration process as the chosen means for resolving disputes that arise during the terms of collective bargaining agreements.

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Originally published in University of Florida Law Review, Vol. 35, No. 4, pp. 557-632, Fall 1983.

Keywords

labor arbitration

Disciplines

Law

Publisher

University of Florida College of Law

Publication Date

Fall 1983

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

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