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Enforcement of Collective Agreements by Arbitration
Charles O. Gregory
Virginia Law Review
Vol. 48, No. 5 (Jun., 1962), pp. 883-897
Published by: Virginia Law Review
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1071256
Page Count: 15
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The use of grievance arbitration to enforce collective agreements under the federal jurisdiction is a matter of much concern to management and labor. Here Professor Gregory reviews the development and present state of the law in this area. He concludes his discussion with an analysis of a proposed model contract which is imaginative and promising-although unions may not like it.
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