|The Taylor Law at 50: Bright Spots and Pressure Points
The New York State Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) and the Taylor Law 50th Anniversary Committee
are pleased to announce that a special conference recognizing New York's Taylor Law and its substantial influence on
public sector labor relations over the past 50 years will take place May 10-11, 2018 at the Desmond Hotel and Conference
Center in Albany, New York.
This 50th Anniversary Conference will include presentations by practitioners and scholars showcase the Taylor Law's significant
contributions to New York State public sector labor-management relations, examine and assess areas where the Law's effectiveness
has been weakened, and document and analyze emerging and alternative legal and public policy models and frameworks.
|Planned sessions include:
1. The Taylor Law in Context: National and International Comparisons
2. The Potential Legal and Legislative Ramifications of Janus v. AFSCME
3. The Taylor Law over the Years: A Discussion with Former PERB Chairs
4. The Taylor Law and Impasse Procedure: Creative Resolution Despite Protraction
1. Harry Katz
2. Cynthia Estlund
1. Public Sector Labor Relations in Higher Education
2. Considering the Optics of Labor-Management Issues in the Age of Instant Information
3. Has Workplace Dispute Resolution Gone Astray? Helping the Process Serve the Parties
4. New Approaches to Negotiations under the Taylor Law
5. Bargaining for Better Schools in New York State
6. The Triborough Doctrine and Statute: A Catalyst or Hindrance to Harmonious Labor Relations?
7. Injunctive Relief Under the Taylor Law: An Update and Discussion
8. Negotiability and Due Process Beyond Police Discipline
9. Improper Practice Charges and Collective Bargaining: Duty Satisfaction, Contract Reversion and Waiver
10. Half a Century of Managing Collective Bargaining Conflict: The New York Experience and Beyond
11. Jurisdictional Evolution: A Panel Discussion Concerning PERB's Deferral Policies
12. Police Officers and Collective Bargaining: How Limited Should Bargaining Be About Discipline?
13. Collective Bargaining Under the Taylor Law: New Methods for Constructive Dialogue
14. Interest Arbitration and the Taylor Law
15. Comparative Public Sector Unionization and Collective Bargaining
16. Strategies for Adapting to a post-Janus World
17. Expedited Arbitration Procedures: The NY/CSEA Experience
last modified: 3/15/2018 |