An Expanded Collection of Labor and Employment Arbitration Decisions, Including Awards Administered by the American Arbitration Association, and Advanced Search Features Provide Superior Analysis
ARLINGTON, Va., Nov. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Bloomberg BNA has introduced the Arbitration Award NavigatorSM, a powerful new tool on its award-winning Labor & Employment Law Resource Center™, designed to take arbitration award research to the next level.
The Arbitration Award Navigator expands the Resource Center's highly regarded arbitration database with the addition of a unique collection of more than 20,000 arbitration awards as well as a new collection of labor and employment awards administered by the American Arbitration Association, which will significantly increase the number of new arbitrations published on the Resource Center every year. Sophisticated, yet easy-to-use search features, including a dozen dynamic filters, allow users to quickly find and sort information to efficiently pinpoint awards and gain new insights into key issues and participants.
"The Arbitration Award Navigator helps practitioners rapidly and accurately access targeted information from large volumes of arbitration data, as well as assess trends, evaluate arbitrators, and view fact patterns in awards that may indicate a best course and strategy for an upcoming arbitration," said Michael Eisenstein, Vice President and Group Publisher for Bloomberg BNA's Legal & Business Publishing Group.
Bloomberg BNA's Arbitration Award Navigator offers features that allow practitioners to:
- Filter decisions using specific search criteria including Arbitrator, Topic, State, Industry, and more.
- Gain an in-depth understanding of the expertise and outcomes for specific arbitrators.
- Pinpoint labor and employment awards administered by the American Arbitration Association.
- Sort an arbitrator's awards according to prevailing party.
- Hone legal arguments for arbitration and understand trends in arbitration remedies.
The Arbitration Award Navigator includes unlimited access to the Resource Center's newly expanded labor and employment arbitration collection as well as its existing headnoted Labor Arbitration Awards and Directory of Arbitrators, relied on by thousands of labor and employment law professionals as an easy-to-use source for arbitration decisions and intelligence on arbitrators.
Bloomberg BNA will be offering demos of the Arbitration Award Navigator at Booth #3 during the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law's 7th Annual Labor & Employment Law Conference, Nov. 6 through Nov. 8.
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