Binding arbitration

First Thursday, January 2024

The recurring attack on binding disciplinary arbitration.

Will Aitchison covers a study from the Mackinac Center for Public Policy entitled “How To Improve Policing Through Collective Bargaining Reforms.” He covers its fatal flaw, and why law enforcement unions must be aware of it.

Cases:

Statements Made To Criminal Investigator Not Protected Under Garrity, Foltz v. City of St. Louis, 677 S.W.3d 856 (Mo. App. 2023).

‘Workers’ Comp Bar’ Prevents Firefighter’s Suit Against Employer, Vann v. City and County of San Francisco, 2023 WL 8591612 (Cal. App. 2023).

Common Law Marriages And Survivor Benefits, City of Euless v. Danlyk, 2023 WL 8595687 (Tex. App. 2023).