All about New York State’s Taylor Law
Summary of Taylor Law basics
Posted on the Internet is John M. Crotty’s Introduction to the Taylor Law.
Mr. Crotty, an attorney and arbitrator, explains the key elements of the Taylor Law and its application and administration, its history, collective bargaining under its provisions and a number of landmark PERB and court rulings interpreting its provision.
The text of this 29 page outline is posted on the Internet at:
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