by American Arbitration Association in New York, N.Y. (140 West 51st St., New York 10020) .
Written in English
|Statement||Francis J. Loevi, Jr. and Roger P. Kaplan.|
|Contributions||Kaplan, Roger P.|
|LC Classifications||KF5365 .L63 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 80 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||82071917|
Labor Arbitration Practice for the Federal Sector 1st Edition by Bosland (Author) ISBN Additional Physical Format: Online version: Loevi, F.J. (Francis J.). Arbitration and the Federal sector advocate. New York, N.Y. ( West 51st St. The earlier versions have a slight edge in ease of use. Having arbitrated, been an advocate, and taught arbitration, I feel confident in recommending this book for literally every area of arbitration. The book is, admittedly, geared toward labor law practice. However, the principles are the same in general arbitration. Labor arbitration and all other areas share a common history in the United States. The book Cited by: Labor Arbitration Practice for the Federal Sector is an excellent reference for the federal labor arbitration practitioner as well as neutrals. It is a concise, well organized resource offering guidance on all aspects of labor arbitration. Carl’s observations are insightful, born of many years of experience both as an advocate and an arbitrator.
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