Fundamentals of Labor Arbitration was co-authored by Jay E. Grenig and Rocco M. Scanza, both of whom are on the labor panel of the American Arbitration Association. Scanza and Grenig are experienced on the topic of labor arbitration; between the two, they have over a half-century of "experience as advocates, arbitrators, administrators, educators, and trainers in workplace dispute resolution." The authors' extensive experience comes as a comfort for readers, who can be reassured that their "how-to" manual was wwitten by two competent people who have been greatly involved in arbitration for years. Additionally, it may come as a comfort to readers that this book was not written by a sole author. Because Grenig and Scanza worked as a team to write this book, the views in it are likely to be more comprehensive and aggregate rather than one-sided.
Christen L. Rafuse, Fundamentals of Labor Arbitration, 4 397 (2012).