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Labor & Employment – Mine Workers – Arbitration Award – Enforcement Penalty – Punitives (access required)

An arbitrator lacked authority to enter an enforcement penalty of $1,000 on an award of a prior "classified work" grievance because the collective bargaining unit and the industrial common law, which constituted the sources of the arbitrator's authority, did not permit the imposition of punitive damages. The National Bituminous Coal Wage Agreement prohibits the performance of ...

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