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A Comparative Assessment of Labor and Employment Dispute Resolution in the United States and United Kingdom from 2006 Through 2011
This Article traces the law governing employment dispute resolution systems in the international economic crisis through the lens of economic statistics, one of the most compelling events in employment law today—involving the Boeing company, and ObamaCare. The latter part of this short piece discusses the legislative changes effected by the United Kingdom in the realm of ADR as related to labor disputes from July 2006 to July 2011 and a new resolution by the United Kingdom, the Dispute Resolution Commitment, professing a positive trend toward the formal adoption of ADR as a best practice for the United Kingdom government.