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Canadian Labour Arbitration, Fourth Edition
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Available online in LabourSource and in print, this widely recognized "bible" of labour arbitration in Canada, known as "Brown and Beatty", is synonymous with reliability. It offers a concise and comprehensive record and analysis of the whole body of arbitration developments in Canada over the past 40-plus years. Volume 1 includes all of the analysis and endnotes for leading decisions as well as current decisions, so it can be easily carried to hearings. Volume 2 includes all of the historical endnotes, for more in-depth research. Canadian Labour Arbitration takes you step-by-step through the intricate workings of the labour arbitration system in Canada. This invaluable resource:
  • Highlights leading cases in bold
  • Deals comprehensively with the application of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms as it applies to labour, both jurisdictionally and substantively
  • Covers judicial review of labour arbitration decisions (and reversed decisions)
  • Features updated case law, with new decisions appearing in bold type in the Table of Cases
  • Provides detailed analysis of, and commentary on more case law than any other similar text
  • Offers detailed cross-references to Labour Arbitration Cases
The Authors With their more than 55 years' combined experience in the field of labour arbitration law Donald J.M. Brown, Q.C. and David M. Beatty provide the authority, knowledge and experience you need to deal with even the toughest issues in this area. Joined by labour lawyer of 20 years, Christine Deacon, who carefully assesses cases and produces the updates.
About the Author
Donald J.M. Brown, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., Q.C. is a partner emeritus at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP and is a specialist in Civil Litigation, as certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada. Mr. Brown is also a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and an international associate of the American Bar Association.
He has written extensively and his works include Canadian Labour Arbitration, Fourth Edition with David M. Beatty, Judicial Review of Administrative Action in Canada with the Honourable John Evans, and Civil Appeals. Mr. Brown was the recipient of the David Mundell Medal for outstanding legal writing for the Judicial Review of Administrative Action in Canada.
Mr. Brown is a past president of the Harvard Law School Association and has lectured at Osgoode Hall Law School, the University of Toronto Law School and the University of Singapore Law School. He was a member of the Federal Task Force on the Future of the Canadian Services sector, a panelist involved with the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and a member of the Administrative Law Advisory Group formed by the Law Reform Commission of Canada. He was the Commissioner of the Commission of Inquiry into Wage Protection and Insolvency and chaired the Provincial Court Judge Remuneration Commission. In his spare time, he speaks at engagements on the subject of judicial review and appellate advocacy.
David Beatty is a professor of law at the University of Toronto. His writings on constitutional law have appeared in many publications.

Adam Beatty is a Vice-Chair at the Ontario Labour Relations Board.  Prior to that he was an Associate with a boutique labour firm in Toronto and a member of the Ontario and Canadian Bar Association. During his time in practice, he appeared before arbitrators and many tribunals, including the Ontario Labour Relations Board. Mr. Beatty has published multiple articles in the field of labour law. Mr. Beatty holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Victoria, a Master's degree from McGill University and a Juris Doctor from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law.