Title
THE LABOR LAWYER | Volume 23, Number 3 | Winter/Spring 2008
Description
THE EDITOR’S PAGE/Stacy J. Lawkowski | EMPLOYMENT CASES FROM THE 2006-07 SUPREME COURT TERM/Christine Cooper | SIGNIFICANT RECENT EMPLOYMENT LAW DEVELOPMENTS IN STATE COMMON LAW AND STATUTORY DECISIONS/Stephen A. Mazurak | TOO MANY ARBITRATORS DO SPOIL THE SOUP: NLRB CHARGES FILED BY NON-UNIONIZED EMPLOYEES SHOULD NOT BE SUBJECT TO MANDATORY PRE-DISPUTE ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS/Nicole Cuda Pérez | ARBITRATORS—UNLIKE TOO MANY COOKS—DO NOT SPOIL THE SOUP! MAKING THE CASE FOR ALLOWING PRE-DISPUTE MANDATORY ARBITRATION OF UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICE CHARGES IN NONUNION WORKFORCES/Liquita Lewis Thompson | OVERCOMING THE FIRST CONTRACT HURDLE: FINDING A ROLE FOR MANDATORY INTEREST ARBITRATION IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR/David Broderdorf

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