Retaining Bargained-for Finality and Judicial Review in Labor Arbitration Decisions: Dual Interests Preserved in Major League Baseball Players Association v. Garvey - Major League Baseball Players Assn. v. Garvey

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Vol: 2002, Issue: 2

Publication Year:
2002
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Repository URL:
https://scholarship.law.missouri.edu/jdr/vol2002/iss2/7
Author(s):
Huitsing, Emily J.
Tags:
retaining; bargained for finality; judicial review; labor arbitration; dual interests; major league baseball; mlb; Dispute Resolution and Arbitration; Law
artifact description
Arbitration has for years been the principal means of labor dispute resolution. As a part of labor contracts, workers agree to arbitrate disputes with their employers, bargaining for this forum as their choice method of dispute resolution. Occasionally, however, the decision of an arbitrator strays far from what a court believes the outcome of the dispute between employer and employee should be. In these cases, a conflict arises between the finality and stability of the bargained-for arbitrator's decision and the need for judicial upset of clearly errant arbitral decisions