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Arbitration on Trial

Scales of Justice

Will justice or technicalities prevail? by Sheilla Dingus June 8, 2016 “Fair process before a fair tribunal cannot be an aspiration;
it is an unwaivable, inviolable necessity.” – Kenneth Feinberg As the Deflategate saga rages on, lines are being drawn in the sand with the matter of fair and impartial arbitration the key issue …

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Why Labor Unions Should Care About Deflategate

The Second Circuit Ruling Impacts Everyone By Sheilla Dingus June 1, 2016 Deflategate is back in the news again!  Patriots fans, dismayed and disappointed by the April 25 split ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, are once again holding their breaths as they await a decision of the Second Circuit …

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