A collective bargaining agreement is a contract between the union and employer that governs the terms and conditions of the employment relationship.
While that relationship may be a smooth one, there will undoubtedly be occasions on which a dispute will arise. Typically, such disputes are resolved under the grievance and arbitration procedures set forth in the collective bargaining agreement.
Like so many aspects of labor law, grievances and arbitrations are governed by unique procedures and substantive law. As such, it's important that an employer be represented by a lawyer familiar with such procedures and law.
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