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Feb 27 1987 (HC)

Shailesh Prabhudas Mehta and Others Vs. Calico Dyeing and Printing Mil ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Feb-27-1987

Reported in : [1990]67CompCas533(Bom)

..... the mediator declined to act any further. mr. kamdar submits that these reasons are no grounds for refusing transmission, however, i cannot agree with mr. kamdar on this. it is very clear ..... approached one b. m. kothari and had requested him to act as mediator and that the said mr. kothari had agreed to act as a mediator. however, it was the first petitioner who refused to co-operate, and therefore, mediation could not take place. in this regard, the report of the mediator was shown to me which clearly shows that it was the first ..... petitioner who had refused to permit the mediation to proceed and it was under those circumstances that .....

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Western Airlines, Inc. Vs. International Broth. of Teamsters

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1987

..... the post-merger problems that arise from existing collective bargaining agreements." id., at 164. the court of appeals for the seventh circuit treated the question of national mediation board jurisdiction over alleged collective-bargaining violations implicating postmerger representation as one settled by " 'the overwhelming and well-developed case law,' " and found "no reason ..... to do so would necessarily have the effect, at least during the period of the injunction, of deciding the representation issue." id., at 161. "given the mediation board's undeniable sole jurisdiction over representation matters," and the practical problems of divided jurisdiction among the other dispute- resolution fora, the fifth circuit inferred "a congressional ..... western and respondent unions. western refused to arbitrate the grievances, asserting that they necessarily involved representation issues and therefore were within the exclusive jurisdiction of the national mediation board. the unions filed separate complaints in the district court for the central district of california, each requesting the page 480 u.s. 1301 , 1304 ..... completed. see infra at ___. respondents represented various crafts or classes of employees of western airlines. the air transport employees (ate) was designated by the national mediation board as the bargaining representative for a unit of western employees consisting of clerical, office, fleet, and passenger service employees. the international brotherhood of teamsters local .....

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Apr 28 1987 (FN)

Burlington No. R. Co. Vs. Maintenance Emps.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-28-1987

..... arbitration is rejected and the dispute threatens" "substantially to interrupt interstate commerce to a degree such as to deprive any section of the country of essential transportation service, the mediation board shall notify the president," "who may create an emergency board to investigate and report on the dispute. 10. while the dispute is working its way through these stages ..... railroad labor and management created a system for dispute resolution that congress enacted as the rla in 1926. [ footnote 9 ] the rla subjects all railway disputes to virtually endless "negotiation, mediation, voluntary arbitration, and conciliation." [ footnote 10 ] detroit & toledo page 481 u. s. 445 shore line r. co. v. transportation union, 396 u. s. 142 , 396 u. s. 148 ..... is without merit. although the norris-laguardia act does not deprive a federal court of jurisdiction to enjoin compliance with the rla's major dispute resolution provisions -- involving negotiation, mediation, voluntary arbitration, and conciliation -- the rla does not expressly limit the scope of self-help available to a union once its resolution provisions have been exhausted. the rla's ..... , and if conference fails to resolve the dispute, either or both may invoke the services of the national mediation board, which may also proffer its services sua sponte if it finds a labor emergency to exist. 5 first. if mediation fails, the board must endeavor to induce the parties to submit the controversy to binding arbitration, which can take .....

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Nov 19 1987 (HC)

A.P. Muthu Alias Adaikappan and ors. Vs. OA.Pr.M.Ar. Adaikappa Chettia ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-19-1987

Reported in : (1987)2MLJ454

..... , the first defendant and valliammai achi representing the minor 4th defendant for having accepted the said partition. exs. a1 to a4 are the lists prepared at the intervention of the mediators including p.w. 1. the shares allotted to late arunachalarn chettiar are found under ex. a1 and the share of the first defendant under ex. a2 and ex. a3 contains ..... a minor, the properties were partitioned between the lute arunachalarn chettiar, his son the first defendant and the grandson the fourth defendant represented by his mother valliammai achi through the mediation of one o.a.ok.ct. lakshmanan chettiar and v. subramanian chettiar of palla-thur. valliammai achi has been examined as p.w. 2 and one of the panchayatdars lakshmana ..... the said family were partitioned between the late arunachalam chettiar, the firsts defendant and the 4th defendant represented by his mother valli amrnal achi throught the mediation of o.a.ok.c. lakshmanan chettiar and mr. v. subra-manian chettiar of pallathur. mr.v. subramanian chettiar of pallathur is now no more. partition lists were prepared on .....

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Jun 23 1987 (FN)

Puerto Rico Vs. Branstad

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-23-1987

..... civil war a threatening possibility. the representatives of the states page 483 u. s. 225 of the deep south had withdrawn from the congress. justice campbell was reputedly engaged in mediation efforts between the seceding states and the lincoln administration, but his resignation from the court and departure from washington were imminent; he resigned on april 30, 1861. see 5 c .....

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Jan 29 1987 (HC)

Workmen of Cement Industry Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jan-29-1987

Reported in : ILR1987KAR2078

..... becomes a kind of private judge, that is one who judges rather than mediates but does not hold the governmental office of judge. the very fact that he does not hold such an office but is chosen by the parties, rather than imposed on ..... , it tends to merge into judicial judgment. this is particularly true in instances such as 'rights arbitration,' when the arbitrator is expected to reach a legally correct rather than a mediate solution even though the 'law' is that created by a mutually agreed contract between the parties. when arbitration is binding and dichotomous solution are expected, then the 'arbitrator' in fait ..... situations in which, although overarching legal norms may exist, the most salient concerns are the interests of the two parties, neither of which is assigned greater legitimacy than the other. mediate solutions acceptable to both parties are the goal, and, as a practical matter, few arbitrators would find much employment if they did not develop a record of providing such solutions ..... . the same union and company may submit other kinds of disputes not covered by such precise contract terms to the same arbitrator and expect mediate solutions.when arbitration is in no sense binding, it merges with mediation. when arbitration is binding, both in the sense that the two parties must go to arbitration on the demand of either and must then abide .....

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Aug 03 1987 (SC)

Krishna District Co-operative Marketing Society Limited, Vijayawada Vs ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-03-1987

Reported in : AIR1987SC1960; JT1987(3)SC197; 1987LabIC1651; (1987)IILLJ365SC; 1987(2)SCALE175; (1987)4SCC99; [1987]3SCR728; 1987(3)SLJ68(SC); 1987(2)LC663(SC)

..... the seventh schedule to the constitution. when the central act was originally enacted, it merely provided for investigation and settlement of industrial disputes by establishing a machinery for collective bargaining, mediation and conciliation, investigation, arbitration, adjudication and other allied matters. chapter v-a-lay-off and retrenchment, making provision for payment of compensation for lay-off, retrenchment and closure and on .....

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Feb 24 1987 (HC)

Mohamed Usman Vs. Sainaba Umma

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Feb-24-1987

Reported in : AIR1988Ker138

..... followed every day in the company of his friends. any resentment by the wife resulted in severe assault on her. in 1978, she left her home for her parents' house. mediation followed. she returned to her husband's home, but the husband continued his habits with added vigour. in january 1981, wife sought permission to go to her parents' house, since .....

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Dec 01 1987 (HC)

S. Abboy Naidu and ors. Vs. R. Sundara Rajan

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-01-1987

Reported in : AIR1989Mad129

..... on 20th july, 1961 and her mother died on 20th may, 1962 in suspicious circumstances according to the maternal grant-mother of the child. on 4th june, 1962, by the mediation of some elders of the village, the father executed two deeds of settlement to the minor. the father married again in the month of may, 1963. on 5th august, 1964 .....

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Apr 01 1987 (HC)

Makhan Singh Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-01-1987

Reported in : 1987(2)WLN100

..... not conducted number of cases or number of sessions trials is not libellous by itself but to say that she cannot cross examine or she acts as an agent or mediator between the judge and the clients for illegal gratification, these allegations are definitely libellous. if such statements are made against an advocate by any person even if in a transfer ..... a practising advocate that she cannot cross-examine the witnesses which is per se defamatory. the allegation made against the advocate that it is alleged that she works as a mediator or agent between the clients and the judge to secure a judgment or an order in favour of a particular party on account of illegal gratification is also libellous. the ..... -examine the witnesses properly and so, actually, the sessions judge has acted as a defence counsel. it was further alleged in that application that smt. manju pande acts as a mediator of shri r.s. verma for settlement of illegal deals about the decision of cases. this allegation has been made on account of certain complaints made against shri k.s .....

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