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Principles of Federal Sector Arbitration Law (.pdf download)
By: Broida
Price: $250.00
Edition: 6th/2019
Sku: PDF19POA
ISBN: 978-1-941825-61-7; 1-941825-61-3
Availability: IN-STOCK (released 6/17/2019)
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With its one-of-a-kind approach to digesting arbitration awards by major topics and keying each award to the issuing arbitrator, Principles allows practitioners to easily research arbitrator’s awards to assist in case preparation and arbitrator selection. Principles of Arbitration also includes an index cross-referencing arbitrators to the awards they have issued. Practitioners rely on this book to learn the experience level of the arbitrator they are considering for selection, to gain better insight on how that arbitrator has ruled on similar issues, and to research awards by that arbitrator or others arbitrators.

New Arbitration Awards in the 2019 Edition

Also included are a detailed table of contents, table of cases, and index of arbitrators.

Citations are to the Cyberfeds© database. cyberfeds.com



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