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- LABOUR LAW CASES. // Eastern Worker;Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p13
The article reveals employment law cases held in Pakistan. The first case was related to the Industrial & Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance 1968, where a worker was ruled by the court of having entitled benefits as the employer was found to have deprived him of them when he was...
- Legal checklist. Aikin, Olga // People Management;11/26/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 23, p21
Presents an overview of developments in employment case law in Great Britain. `Maclay and Co. Ltd. v Clark' case which deals with dismissal of an employee; `Pendragon plc v Jackson' case about employees' legal entitlement to benefits; Procedural laws.
- Waiving or drowning. McMullen, John // People Management;11/26/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 23, p22
Focuses on employment law cases in Great Britain. `Wilson v St Helens Borough Council'; `Meade and Baxendale v British Fuels Ltd.'; `Foreningen a.f Arbejdsledere I Danmark v Daddy's Dance Hall a/s'; Details on the court rulings.
- Legal checklist. Aikin, Olga // People Management;3/25/1999, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p25
Focuses on the developments in employment case law in Great Britain. Decision in `R versus Secretary of State for Employment ex parte Seymour-Smith and Perez'; Case of `Gibson versus East Riding of Yorkshire Council.'
- Conflicting Union and Confidentiality Agreements. Hatch, D. Diane // Workforce;Nov2000, Vol. 79 Issue 11, p94
Deals with the lawsuit filed by several employees of Roseburg Forest Products Co. with the National Labor Relations Board in March 1995. Background information on the case; Contention of the company; Claims of the employees; Ruling of the board on the case.
- ROUGH INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS WATERS FOR IRISH FERRIES: A CASE STUDY COMPARING U.S. AND IRISH LABOR DISPUTE LAW. Rasnic, Carol Daugherty // Labor Law Journal;Summer2007, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p131
The article presents a labor dispute resolution case study involving Irish ferry workers, job outsourcing and the differences between labor-management law in the United States and Ireland. Secondary union activity, picketing or striking is discussed from the standpoint that it is not allowed in...
- Union Fee Waiver. // Labor Law Journal;Jun78, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p384
This article reports on a U.S. court ruling in the case National Labor Relations Board versus L. D. McFarland Co. During an election campaign, a union offered to waive its initiation fee for any member presently working in the plant. The employer charged that the use of the word "member" implied...
- PROBABLE CAUSE. // Labor Law Journal;Jun78, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p363
This article states that probable cause for issuance of an administrative search warrant was established by employee complaints and previous violations, a federal court in Ohio ruled in denying the Lifeguard Industries Inc. motion to quash the warrant. The employer's argument was that section...
- Labor Relations. // Labor Law Journal;Aug51, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p613
The article presents various decisions of the U.S. courts and administrative agencies relating to labor relations. The article adds that the New York State Labor Relation Board's (NYSLRB) fight with the NLRB to obtain "State's rights in labor relations matters" resulted in a round of victory for...