Significant Decisions in Labor Cases

Skotzko, Eugene
July 1969
Monthly Labor Review;Jul69, Vol. 92 Issue 7, p73
Academic Journal
Presents significant decisions on various labor cases in the U.S., compiled as of July 1969. Failure to show unanimity of view on the issue of procedure in lawmaking by regulatory agencies; Eligibility requirement for an employee pension.


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