Labor Relations

February 1964
Labor Law Journal;Feb64, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p123
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The article presents decisions of courts and administrative agencies regarding labor relations in the U.S. as of February 1964. The cases include contract offers which illegally aided a minority union, the legality of lockouts by New York City newspapers to counter grievance strikes, the illegality of employer payments to offset decline in union's revenue, the withholding of Advisory Opinion if National Labor Regulations Board case is pending, the legality of picketing a construction site in the absence of primary employees, and limited defensive lockouts to multi-employer bargaining.


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