Arbitration: Cases and Materials
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Arbitration is strongly favored by the courts, and judicial review of arbitration awards is much more limited than review of trial court decisions. It is important for students to understand the arbitration process because it virtually always results in a final and binding award.
These teaching materials focus primarily on contract-based, binding commercial arbitration. Commercial includes employment disputes and arbitration between grievance arbitration pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement. Finally, a chapter is devoted to arbitration at the behest of the government, including court-annexed arbitration, that is not based on party assent.
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Table of contents
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 THE NATURE AND SCOPE OF ARBITRATION
Chapter 2 DISPUTES SUBJECT TO ARBITRATION
Chapter 3 INTERACTION BETWEEN FEDERAL AND STATE
Chapter 4 GETTING TO ARBITRATION
Chapter 5 THE ARBITRATION PROCESS
Chapter 6 THE ARBITRATOR—SELECTION AND CONDUCT
Chapter 7 REMEDIAL POWERS OF ARBITRATORS
Chapter 8 JUDICIAL REVIEW OF ARBITRATION AWARDS
Chapter 9 MULTIPLE FORUMS, PARTIES, AND
Chapter 10 INTERACTION OF THE FAA AND OTHER
Chapter 11 THE U.S. LAW OF INTERNATIONAL