The name-and-address list

Skotzko, Eugene
July 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Jul72, Vol. 95 Issue 7, p45
Academic Journal
Discusses a decision by a U.S. appellate court refusing a union's right to obtain employees' names and addresses from their employer for the alleged purpose of effective representation and bargaining. Request of the union from the management of Shell Oil Co. after a strike; Court's opinion that disclosure would bring harm to the workers in question.


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