Significant Decisions in Labor Cases

August 1971
Monthly Labor Review;Aug71, Vol. 94 Issue 8, p67
Academic Journal
Reports on court decisions in some labor cases in the U.S. as of August 1971. Decision on unemployment compensation for an eligible jobless worker in California in the case 'California v. Java'; Bargaining of successor employer in a case involving Burns Detective Agency; Crossing of a picket line in a case involving Teamsters Local 729.


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