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by Charles J. Coleman
Author: Charles J. Coleman
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Washington, D. Bureau of National Affairs (ww. nabooks. Held June 4-7, 2003, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the conference discussed special problems in arbitral decision making, arbitrators' duties and how to better perform them, disciplinary issues in four industries, and arbitration concerns of companies experiencing downsizing, reorganization, or bankruptcy.
Arbitration 2003: Arbitaral Decision-Making: Confronting Current and Recurrent Issues (Arbitration Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Arbitrators). June 2004, Bna Books. Hardcover in English.
Arbitration 2003: Arbitral Decision Making The Proceedings of the 56th NAA Annual Meeting contains a series of panel discussions among management and union.
Arbitration 2003: Arbitaral Decision-Making. Confronting Current and Recurrent Issues (Arbitration Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Arbitrators). by Charles J. Coleman. Published June 2004 by Bna Books.
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The Proceedings of the 56th NAA Annual Meeting contains a series of panel discussions among management and union representatives and NAA members. The panel discussions focus on special problems in arbitral decisionmaking, including disciplinary issues, downsizing, education, professional sports, health care, public-sector arbitration, and the airline industry. In addition, the volume contains the presidential address by Richard Bloch, an address by Ambassador Dennis Ross, reminiscences with George Nicolau, and a chapter about arbitrator acceptability and selection.