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Indeed and reads like fiction or satire.
I don't know if I would go that far.
@104Feeder has always presented well informed, knowledgeable, and informational posts to aid the members.
Can you explain to us what you mean by "without deliberation", are you saying there was no executive session at the conclusion of presentations, rebuttals and questions from the Panel at this hearing? I find that very hard to believe.
Curious about that myself.
I presented one case at the National Air Panel and it was deadlocked in to arbitration.
Over a $54.00 claim about air drivers picking up ground pkgs.
It took 2 years.
The company paid the grievance to avoid spending $thousands.... on a case they couldn't win.
....and while you are at it, tell us why you would think a National Panel would offer an explanation when rendering a decision?
In my long history of participating in Panel hearings, I have never been offered an explanation outside of or in a sidebar (off the record) conversation.
I have gotten explanations from a former JAC Union Chairman.
It's not common.... unless you ask.
As far as changing exhibits on rebuttal, that makes little sense either and would be a classic point of order.
Now if a party says the wrong thing, opening a door in their presentation for the other party to enter additional exhibits into the record in rebuttal, that is possible.
It's still just bizarre.
This post is vague and lacking in facts at best and likely motivated by political agenda ultimately.
I hope not.