Legal developments

September 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Sep70, Vol. 93 Issue 9, p60
Academic Journal
Reports on the legal developments pertaining to labor in the U.S. compiled as of September 1970. Disclosure made by J.P. Stevens & Co. that a federal appeals court in Virginia had reversed the National Labor Relations Board and ruled in the company's favor over charges of unfair labor practices; Civil antitrust suit filed by the American Association of Securities Representatives against the New York Stock Exchange.


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