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CHAPTER 273-A
PUBLIC EMPLOYEE LABOR RELATIONS

Section 273-A:9-a

273-A:9-a Bargaining by Judicial Employees.

I. All cost items and terms and conditions of employment affecting judicial employees generally shall be negotiated by the unified court system, represented by the chief justice of the supreme court with the advice and consent of the judicial branch administrative council appointed pursuant to supreme court rule 54, with a single employee bargaining committee comprised of exclusive representatives of all interested bargaining units. Negotiations regarding terms and conditions of employment unique to individual bargaining units shall be negotiated individually with the representatives of those units by the chief justice and the administrative council.

II. The chief justice of the supreme court, with the advice and consent of the judicial branch administrative council appointed pursuant to supreme court rule 54, may designate an official negotiator who shall serve at the pleasure of the chief justice and the administrative council.

Source.2001, 170:3. 2007, 107:2, eff. June 11, 2007.

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