Table of Contents

Acknowledgements 

Chapter 1: One Law for All? An Introduction by Elizabeth
Shilton & Karen Schucher

Chapter 2: Weber, and Almost Everything After, Twenty
Years Later: Its Impact on Individual Charter, Common Law, and Statutory
Rights Claims by Brian Etherington

Chapter 3: Weber, the Common Law, and Industrial
Self-Government by Elizabeth Shilton

Chapter 4: Burning Down the (Boat) House: How the Common Law
Helps Make Sense of Weber by
Brian Langille

Chapter 5: More Glue than Cracks? Rethinking Weber
Gaps and Access to Justice for Unionized Employees by Karen Schucher

Chapter 6:Statutory Tribunals and the Challenges of Managing
Parallel Claims by Jo-Anne Pickel

Chapter 7: Did Weber Affect the Timeliness of
Arbitration? by Kevin Banks, Richard
Chaykowski, & George Slotsve

Chapter 8: Questions, Questions: Has Weber Had an
Impact on Unions’ Representational Responsibilities in Workplace Human Rights
Disputes? by Claire Mummé

Chapter 9: Some Unique Features of Weber’s
Application in Quebec: The Treatment of Statutory Labour Rights and Human
Rights Claims by Renée-Claude Drouin

Chapter 10: The Crisis in the US Litigation Model of Labour
Rights Enforcement by Alan Hyde

About the Contributors

Bibliography

Table of Cases

Index

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