Significant Decisions in Labor Cases

Skotzko, Eugene
January 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Jan74, Vol. 97 Issue 1, p70
Academic Journal
Presents court decisions in cases relevant to labor relations in the United States as of January 1974. Payment ordered for Detroit Edison Co. and two local labor unions for their practice of racially discriminatory practices; Decision of a federal court of appeals in a lockout operation under the Labor Management Relations Act.


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