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Arbitration Bundle
(19POA; 03EAA; 16LAP; 11AOA; 14BOA)
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Principles of Federal Sector Arbitration LawPrinciples of Federal Sector Arbitration Law
By: Broida
Price: $250.00 $150

This encyclopedic text features summaries of federal sector arbitration awards addressing significant issues and major arbitration principles from 1999 through 2018. Awards are arranged by topic. Principles includes a table cross-referencing arbitrators to the awards they have issued. Major topics include the nature of arbitration, the collective bargaining agreement, arbitrability, grievances, hearings, management rights, contract interpretation, common substantive arbitration topics, settlement, remedies, counsel fee and damages.



Effective Advocacy in ArbitrationEffective Advocacy in Arbitration
By: Cohen
Price: $30.00 $18

From a seasoned arbitrator comes a concise, but thorough overview of arbitration. Beginning with effective preparation of grievances to the hearing itself, and all the details in between, this guide teaches beginner and veteran advocates alike how to be effective in arbitration. Major topics include ethics, preparation, grievances and answers, step meetings, pre-arbitration settlement, arbitration hearings, and summations.



Labor Arbitration Practice for the Federal SectorLabor Arbitration Practice for the Federal Sector
By: Bosland
Price: $225.00 $135

Labor Arbitration Practice for the Federal Sector is a comprehensive examination of the arbitration process and advocacy. With discussion of strategies and practice tips, this how-to guide assists union and management advocates. Major topics include advocate selection, case investigation and evaluation, arbitrator selection, case preparation, prehearing practice, witness selection and preparation, hearing specifics: opening statements, creating a record, witness testimony, direction examination, cross-examination, exhibits, and closing arguments, and post-award practice.



(2011)The Art of AdvocacyThe Art of Advocacy
By: Fowler & Vitaro
Price: $160.00 $96

The Art of Advocacy is a thorough, yet concise, instructional text on effective advocacy before the MSPB and arbitrators. Major topics include the basics and importance of advocacy, Board and arbitration practice fundamentals, proof requirements, preappeal advocacy, discovery, motion practice, direct and cross examination, oral and written advocacy, and settlements.



Broida on Federal Sector ArbitrationBroida on Federal Sector Arbitration
By: Broida
Price: $125.00 $75

Peter Broida presents this video training course on federal sector arbitration. Each purchase includes Mr. Broida’s lecture (.mp4 video file sent on a DVD); workbook with reference materials, course notes—outline, and selected cases; and a bibliography. Major arbitration topics include deciding whether to arbitrate; requesting and selecting an arbitrator; expedited proceedings; preliminary case preparation; hearing preparation; hearing presentation; and post-hearing issues.



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