I hate to say this, but in truth it depends on the issue and the facts of your case. Sometimes you may have the right to file a claim before a regulatory board. For example, you might have an issue of a union contract violation that goes to arbitration. That same general issue might also involve an unfair labor practice
that could be taken before the labor
board. Or, there may be grounds to contest the arbitrator's decision in court. If you are considering further challenges to an arbitrator's decision, you should talk to your union, if you are represented by a union, or a employment/labor law attorney.
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