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Federal statutes of significance involving arbitration include the Federal Arbitration Act, the Labor Management Relations Act, and the Railway Labor Act. State arbitration law is derived from both state common law and legislation.
Arbitration is a method for resolving a dispute by using an impartial arbitrator. The arbitrator is agreed upon by the parties and hears both sides of the matter outside of a courtroom. His or her decision will be final and binding on both parties. Arbitration is typically used in the following circumstances:
McMahon Berger assists clients in union and non-union settings with all aspects of arbitration:
Advocacy before arbitrators, mediators, labor boards, agencies, and state and federal courts.
Vigorous pursuit of the best possible solution for each individual client.
Uncovering the facts needed to resolve employment and labor issues.
Legal assistance with labor and employment matters for nonprofit organizations.