Edition: 1st/1997 (introduction by the publisher added in 2022)
Format: .mp3 download + optional audio CDs
Thomas Angelo, who passed away in 2020, was a highly experienced federal sector litigator, advocate, and arbitrator. He was a member of the National Academy of Arbitrators, and he adjudicated hundreds of cases in the federal and private sectors during his career as an arbitrator. In this course, Tom provides approximately two hours of engaging and often amusing instruction on the federal sector arbitration process. He covers selection of arbitrators, evaluation of cases, presentation of cases to arbitrators, settlement approaches, evaluation of evidence, post-hearing briefs, and issues pertaining to arbitrators’ billings. Tom’s evocative, informative remarks will benefit any federal sector practitioner—management or union—who engages in or is about to undertake representation before an arbitrator in a federal sector personnel or contract dispute. The lecture was delivered in 1997 at a labor law forum in California. The Publisher again reviewed the course in 2022, and it is as informative now as it was in 1997. With the exception of the recent advent of video hearings, arbitration has remained essentially the same in format for decades. Tom’s lecture is a classic on the subject, excellent for new and experienced practitioners alike.
2 hours, 2-Disc set.