Significant Decisions in Labor Cases

May 1967
Monthly Labor Review;May67, Vol. 90 Issue 5, p54
Academic Journal
Presents court decisions on various cases about labor relations in the United States as of May 1967. Fairness of labor representation; Application of antitrust laws to unions; Ruling of a federal court of appeals in a case involving a company which refused to bargain.


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