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One law for all? : Weber v Ontario Hydro and Canadian labour law : essays in memory of Bernie Adell /
edited by Elizabeth Shilton & Karen Schucher.
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Toronto : Irwin Law, 2017.
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vii, 382 pages : 1 color portrait ; 23 cm
ISBN
9781552214541 (softcover)
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Toronto : Irwin Law, 2017.
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9781552214541 (softcover)
contents note
One law for all? : an introduction / Elizabeth Shilton & Karen Schucher -- Weber, and almost everything after, twenty years later : its impact on individual Charter, common law, and statutory rights claims / Brian Etherington -- Weber, the common law, and industrial self-government / Elizabeth Shilton -- Burning down the (boat) house : how the common law helps make sense of Weber / Brian Langille -- More glue than cracks? Rethinking Weber gaps and access to justice for unionized employees / Karen Schucher -- Statutory tribunals and the challenges of managing parallel claims / Jo-Anne Pickel -- Did Weber affect the timeliness of arbitration? / Kevin Banks, Richard Chaykowski, & George Slotsve -- Questions, questions : has Weber had an impact on unions' representational responsibilities in workplace human rights disputes? / Claire Mummé -- Some unique features of Weber's application in Quebec : the treatment of statutory labour rights and human rights claims / Renée-Claude Drouin -- The crisis in the US litigation model of labour rights enforcement / Alan Hyde.
abstract
"These essays arise from a symposium in honour of the late Professor Bernard Adell, hosted by the Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace at Queen's University. The symposium marked the twentieth anniversary of Weber v Ontario Hydro, a Supreme Court of Canada decision that radically challenged orthodox understandings of the role of arbitration in Canadian labour law. The authors provide a thought-provoking range of ideas and insights into the labour law problems posed by Weber, invoking themes that reflect Bernie Adell's lifelong interest in the intersection of theoretical and practical labour law, and in the institutions that shape and enforce that law in Canadian workplaces."--
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11058515
 
Includes bibliographical references (pages 333-350) and index.
Issued also in electronic format.

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