Although arbitration as a means of resolving disputes arising under collective bargaining agreements has received widespread acceptance in this country/ in recent years there has been some evidence of increasing criticism of the process. As part of a research project dealing with the impact of the 1960 Supreme Court decisions in the Warrior & Gulf "trilogy" and the 1962 Sinclair "trilogy," we decided to ascertain how parties are appraising the arbitration process. We report here the more significant results of this survey along with our evaluation of the criticisms and suggestions which were received.
Dallas L. Jones & Russell A. Smith,
Management and Labor Appraisals and Criticisms of the Arbitration Process: A Report with Comments,
Mich. L. Rev.
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