At The Podium

Creeping Legalism: What’s An Advocate To Do?

Date: February 28, 2014

Event: National Academy of Arbitrators Southwest Region’s 37th Annual Labor Management Conference

Venue: Wyndham Hotel at Dallas Love Field

Location: Dallas, Texas

At the 37th Annual Labor Management Conference, labor and employment attorney Tony Puckett is a featured panelist discussing how external law and litigation practices are impacting labor arbitration, ways to streamline labor arbitration for cost and expediency and the techniques arbitrators and practitioners are doing to stem the tide of creeping legalism in the grievance and arbitration process.

The National Academy of Arbitrators is a not-for-profit honorary and professional organization of arbitrators in the United States and Canada. The Academy’s Annual Meetings are open to all who wish to attend and feature speakers who are labor-management and employment relations practitioners, arbitrators, judges, government officials, and law school and university professors.

Speaker(s):

Tony G. Puckett