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CBAs May Bar Ohio Public Employees from Bringing IIED Claims in State Court

By Nelson Cary and Lauren Sanders

An Ohio court of appeals recently determined that a union contract may bar public employees...

Tags: Courts, arbitration

Want to Limit an Arbitrator’s Ability to Modify a Disciplinary Decision? Bargaining For It is the Best Bet!

Last week, the Ohio Supreme Court issued a decision emphasizing the power of an arbitrator to amend an employer’s disciplinary...

Tags: Courts, arbitration, arbitration award

NLRB Instructs Regions to Seek Informal Settlement of Class/Collective Action Waiver Cases

Following years of uncertainty, the U.S. Supreme Court will soon decide the legality of arbitration agreements that prohibit...

Tags: arbitration

Here We Go Again . . . NLRB Refuses to Back Down on Its Opposition to Class/Collective Action Waivers

Like it or not, the NLRB is at least consistent in its belief that employee participation in class or collective actions is...

Tags: arbitration

NLRB Will Not Take “No” For An Answer on Class and Collective Action Waivers

By Nelson Cary and Ben Shepler

A fine line exists between persistence and stubbornness. Only time (and the United States Supreme...

Tags: arbitration


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