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by Maurice S. Trotta
Author: Maurice S. Trotta
Publisher: American Management Association (March 1974)
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Labour Management Arbitration : A Reference Guide. By (author) Maurice S. Trotta.
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Maurice trotta, a labor professor. The New York Times Archives. He was 68 years old and lived at 3 Rocky Terrace, Sparta. He had been an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association and on various Federal, New York State, New York City and New Jersey panels. He was born in New York City. He was a graduate of Fordham University's School of Law and also held a master's degree from Columbia University.
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Arbitration of labor-management disputes Maurice S. Personal Name: Trotta, Maurice S. (DE-576)182211819. Publication, Distribution, et. . Arbitration of labor-management disputes Maurice S. AMACOM, (c). Physical Description: VIII, 499 S. General Note: Includes bibliographical references - Appendices (p. -480): 1. Code of ethics and list of modern arbitration statutes.
ment of a third party for the use of economic force. The Federal Courts did not possess the power to enforce agreements to arbitrate labor disputes until Congress passed the Labor Management Relations Act (Taft-Hartley Act) in 1947. 6 In 1957 the United States Supreme Court, in Textile Workers v. Lincoln Mills of Alabama,7 judicially accepted the arbitration of labor disputes as being within the scope of the national labor policy. 14 Congressional intent favor-ing the voluntary arbitration of labor disputes is proclaimed in Sec. 203. 6 Id. at 14. 7 353 . 448, 77 S. Ct. 912, 1 L. Ed. 2d 972 (1957).
Code of Professional Responsibility for Arbitrators of Labor-Management Disputes of the National Academy of Arbitrators, American Arbitration Association, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (As amended and in effect September 2007). Proceedings of the National Academy of Arbitrators, Vols.
Maurice S. Trotta, Arbitration of Labor Management Disputes, American Management Association . Trotta, Arbitration of Labor Management Disputes, American Management Association, New York, 1974, p. 73 cited in Azucena . Labor disputes under Article 263 on strikes, picketing and lock-outs, parties may opt to submit their dispute to voluntary arbitration before or at any stage of the compulsory arbitration process. The parties are free to opt for voluntary arbitration directly and by-pass the Grievance Machinery.
Arbitration of labor-management disputes. Library of Congress Control Number: 73077956. Download book Arbitration of labor-management disputes Maurice S. Trotta online for free. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0814453325.
Arbitration in Maritime Disputes. Abstract: Prevailing maritime relations in the present era resort to arbitration to resolve arising disputes where parties of these relations. How we measure 'reads'. should agree on the solution to the current or future conflicts arising from them to a specialist arbitrators of their choice known for their. competence and experience in the maritime field to adjudicate the provisions of the arbitration binding. Maritime arbitration grew since. the time of the Romans, and spread to the Middle Ages as a simple, flexible and specialized system to resolve maritime disputes, but it.
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