The Status of Labor Arbitration Today: A Look at The Development of Labor Arbitration And The Labor Arbitrator's Authority in The Collective Bargaining Contract/ Federal Statute Context
Howard Law Journal
This paper proposes that the Court continue to expand the authority of the arbitrator as it did prior to 1974 and prescribe whatever rules the Court feels are necessary for the rendition of fair awards in the "federal rights" - "collective bargaining rights," context. This expanded authority is necessitated by both the national labor policy favoring arbitration and the procedural and substantive difficulties an employee faces in attempting to prevail under a federal statute.
Stephen Plass, The Status of Labor Arbitration Today: A Look at the Development of Labor Arbitration and the Labor Arbitrator's Authority in the Collective Bargaining Contract/Federal Statute Context, 28 HOWARD L.J. 795 (1985).