(1) Parties to a labor dispute may agree in writing to have the director act as arbitrator
or to name arbitrators to arbitrate all or any part of such dispute, and thereupon
the director shall have the power so to act. The director shall appoint as arbitrators only competent, impartial, and disinterested
persons. Proceedings in any such arbitration shall be as provided by the rules of arbitration
under the Colorado rules of civil procedure.
(2) All parties to any labor dispute when the employer is an authority shall submit
to arbitration upon written order of the director when such written order is the result
of the procedure set forth in section 8-3-113(3). Any order so given shall be subject to appeal within five days of the receipt of
such order by either the employee's representative or the authority, who are parties
in interest. Appeal of the order shall be made to the district court in the judicial district
where the most substantial number of the employees concerned are employed. Such court shall either confirm, deny, amend, or continue the order within sixty
days following the application for appeal. The results of any arbitration conducted in accordance with the procedure set forth
in this article shall be binding upon all parties in interest with the right of appeal
to any court of competent jurisdiction on the grounds that the director or arbitration
board has been unfair, capricious, or unjust in its conduct, determinations, or award.
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