Collective Bargaining Agreement

Does the Court or Arbitrator Determine Arbitrability? Once Again . . .

Calling this a “mind-bending” question that is “the queen of all threshold issues,” the Third Circuit Court of Appeal has held that this question is for the courts to decide, “unless the parties have clearly and unmistakably referred those… Read More
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It’s Not About Football, But . . . Arbitrator’s Decision Vacated, then Upheld, on Issue Not in Original Reference

Football fans on either side of Deflategate will see the corollaries here. Over a span of years, a drywall company made several attempts to withdraw from the contractors’ association that bargains with particular unions. The company ended up in arb… Read More
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State Supreme Court Orders Official To Set Prevailing Wage Rates

The New Mexico Supreme Court has ordered a public official to establish prevailing wage rates in accordance with current collective bargaining agreements. In what appears to have been a show-down among the legislative and executive branches, the cour… Read More
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About Stan Martin

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Stan Martin holds a law degree and an undergraduate degree in architecture. He has been involved with the construction industry for more than 45 years, working in construction prior to law school and beginning his construction law practice. Over the course of his career, he has served on boards and committees for organizations including the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts, the Boston Society of Architects, and the Massachusetts Building Congress.

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