Employment Arbitration provides practical commentary and analysis in the area of employment arbitration, for both the novice and the seasoned practitioner. It contains a comprehensive overview of the major developments in this emerging field and it supplies the reader with analysis, perspective, and commentary. The cases selected for presentation and analysis are the most significant decided to date. The case summaries are comprehensive, cogent, and objectively rendered. In addition, they contain critical evaluations which can be of use in developing litigation strategy or advising clients on business practices. The volume also describes and assesses political developments - proposed legislation and lobbying efforts - that address or which could affect this new use of arbitration. Employment Arbitrationemphasizes a number of issues that are particularly controversial in the area: the enforceability of employer-imposed arbitration agreements, the award of attorneyas fees and punitive damages, and the review of arbitral determinations on civil rights claims. Finally, the volume provides the reader with model employment arbitration agreements that are accompanied by extensive commentary and explanations.Circuit City contended that the court had appellate jurisdiction pursuant to Section Four of the FAA and 28 U.S.C. ... dismissal based on lack of federal jurisdictional authority.79 In Circuit City Stores, Inc. v. ... Circuit Citya#39;s dispute resolution rules and procedures manual, and an opt-out form.81 Ahmed acknowledged receipt ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Employment Arbitration - 2nd Edition|
|Author||:||Thomas E. Carbonneau|
|Publisher||:||Juris Publishing, Inc. - 2006-06-01|