Understanding Labor Law

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LexisNexis, Jun 1, 2011 - Law - 430 pages
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This Understanding treatise examines the multifaceted and complex law of private-sector Labor Law. Because Understanding Labor Law focuses on relations between management and labor in the private sector, it deals primarily with the National Labor Relations Act, as amended, and its interpretation and application by the federal courts and the National Labor Relations Board. The book is organized in a format that is consistent with the organization of most Labor Law courses. At the end of each chapter is a section titled "Chapter Highlights," summarizing some of the major doctrines discussed in the chapter.
 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
THE ATWILL DOCTRINE EXCEPTIONS
EMPLOYER DOMINATION AND ASSISTANCE
PICKETING AND STRIKING FOR RECOGNITION
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND THE EXCLUSIVE
DURATION OF UNIONS STATUS AS BARGAINING
STRIKES
CONSUMER PICKETING AND HANDBILLING
ENFORCEMENT OF THE COLLECTIVE
FEDERAL PREEMPTION OF STATE REGULATION
RECONCILING LABOR LAW AND
PROTECTING THE INDIVIDUAL IN A UNION
NLRA REGULATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP
LABOR LAW ISSUES IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
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