Labor Law: Cases and Materials, Fourth Edition

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New authors Michael Harper and Samuel Estreicher tackle the tough questions central to a modern course in Labor Law in this extensive revision of Bernard Meltzer and Stanley Henderson's long respected casebook- LABOR LAW: Cases, Materials, and Problems. Retaining a rigorous analytical focus on the arguments lawyers make before the NLRB, in courts, and in Congress, the Fourth Edition will challenge your students with questions such as Why have unions in private firms declined from 35 percent of American workers in...

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Overview

New authors Michael Harper and Samuel Estreicher tackle the tough questions central to a modern course in Labor Law in this extensive revision of Bernard Meltzer and Stanley Henderson's long respected casebook- LABOR LAW: Cases, Materials, and Problems. Retaining a rigorous analytical focus on the arguments lawyers make before the NLRB, in courts, and in Congress, the Fourth Edition will challenge your students with questions such as Why have unions in private firms declined from 35 percent of American workers in the 1950s to less than 12 percent today? New features include:

  • pervasive integration of law and policy
  • greater emphasis on issues of labor law reform
  • new chapters on labor economics and labor theory
  • new narratives, notes, and questions throughout
  • a better balance between regulatory and deregulatory, and labor, management, and individual worker perspectives
  • To help your students better understand the material, the new co-authors pay particual attention to the accessibility of this new edition through: streamlined editing of cases
  • enhanced textual explanations of economics and comparative law materials
  • captions for all note material
  • explanations of note cases
  • frequent references to theoretical and empirical debates in the academic literature
  • carefull treatment of the evolution of labor law doctrine
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780316325134
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
  • Publication date: 9/28/1996
  • Series: Law School Casebook Series
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 1376

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgements
Ch. 1 Workers, Unions, and the Economy: An Overview 1
Ch. 2 The Historical and Institutional Framework 31
Ch. 3 The Jurisdiction, Structure, and Procedure of the NLRB 101
Ch. 4 Protection of Concerted Activity 147
Ch. 5 Regulation of the Representational Process 279
Ch. 6 Regulation of the Process of Collective Bargaining 449
Ch. 7 Weapons of Economic Conflict: Strikes, Boycotts, and Picketing 579
Ch. 8 The Enforcement of Collective Bargaining Agreements 717
Ch. 9 Problems of Business Transformation 837
Ch. 10 Labor and the Antitrust Laws 881
Ch. 11 Preemption of State Authority 917
Ch. 12 Limited Sovereignty: The Relationship Between Employee and Bargaining Agent 981
Ch. 13 Regulation of Union Government and Administration 1081
Table of Cases 1165
Table of Authorities 1185
Index 1209
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