Understanding Labor Law

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M. Bender, Jan 1, 1999 - Law - 438 pages
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This book provides a comprehensive survey & analysis of a wide range of labor law topics, dealing with issues covered in most labor law courses, such as organizing, collective bargaining, strikes, picketing, lockouts, & boycotts. In addition, an introductory chapter deals with developments in employment-at-will law. The book also covers topics often dealt with in advanced labor law courses, such as enforcement of the labor agreement, preemption, antitrust, union members' rights & the duty of fair representation. Augmenting discussion of major cases included in labor law casebooks, this text discusses NLRB decisions & refers to secondary sources where appropriate, making it an ideal starting point for labor law research.\ Each chapter concludes with a list of "Chapter Highlights", summarizing key concepts, especially those which students often misunderstand. This feature makes the book particularly helpful as a study aid.\

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CHAPTER 2
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CHAPTER 3
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CHAPTER 4
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