There has been an explosion in writing about statutory interpretation in recent years. Legal scholars have responded to theoretical writing about interpretation in general and to articles and judicial opinions by judges with an impressive array of articles and books. The purpose of this Article is to reflect on some of the common assumptions and interpretive practices of arbitrators in the light of this writing about statutory interpretation.
James E. Westbrook,
Comparison of the Interpretation of Statutes and Collective Bargaining Agreements: Grasping the Pivot of Tao, A,
60 Mo. L. Rev.
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