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October 1983

Arbitrating discrimination grievances in the wake of Gardner-Denver

Michele M. Hoyman, Lamont E. Stallworth

Some observers believed that the Supreme Court's 1974 ruling blunted the usefulness of arbitration in resolving Title VII-related grievances; a recent survey of lawyers shows that most regard arbitration as still viable but believe that changes would make the process a more effective means of redress.

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