Impasse Resolution Under the Taylor Law, Third Edition
- Michael Krauthamer, Esq.; Alyson Mathews, Esq.
- Philip L. Maier, Esq.
Contents at a Glance
Public Employment Relations Board / Structure of the Act—Impasse Resolution Procedures / Local Options / Section 209-a(1)(e)—Triborough Amendment / The Duty to Bargain in Good Faith / Subjects of Bargaining / Role of the Chief Executive Officer and the Legislative Body / Ratification / Impasse / Fact-Finding / Legislative Imposition / Interest Arbitration / Processing the Petition / Challenging the Submission of Demands to the Panel / Conduct Before the Arbitration Panel / Contents of Awards / Interest Arbitration—City of New York / Issuance of Awards—Awards and CBAs / Post-Award Issues
This publication provides both an overview and in-depth discussion of the impasse resolution procedures under the Public Employees Fair Employment Act, commonly known as the Taylor Law. It will assist practitioners at all levels of experience by promoting a greater understanding of this aspect of public sector labor relations.
Impasse Resolution provides a detailed review of the statutory framework and relevant case law, making this a useful resource tool for those active in this field. It will also assist attorneys who represent union officers, public employees, governmental officials and interested members of the public in gaining a greater insight into labor relations.
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- December 6, 2019
- 140 pages