Labor Management Relations and the Law, 1999 / Edition 2

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This overview of the law of labor-management relations includes sections on union organizing, collective bargaining, enforcement of rights under collective bargaining, union economic pressure (strikes, picketing, and boycotts), regulating the nature of labor-management relations, federal preemption of state labor laws, and international and extraterritorial dynamics.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781566627795
  • Publisher: West Academic Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/1/1999
  • Series: University Textbook Series
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 469

Table of Contents

I.     Introduction
II.   The Election Process
III.  Regulating the Campaign
IV.  Regulating Campaign Content
V.   Insulating Protected Activity From Economic Consequences
VI.  The Board's Remedial Power to Protect Freedom of Choice

I.   Exclusivity
II.  The Distinction Between Mandatory and Permissive Bargaining Topics
III. The Role of Law in Insuring Good Faith Bargaining
IV. Bargaining and Strikes
V.  Remedies for Refusals to Bargain

I.    The Relationship Between Collective Bargaining and Grievance Resolution
II.   The Reach of Judicial Policy Favoring Arbitration
III.  Arbitration and the Discoragement of Strikes
IV.  The Relationship Between the Union and The Individual Grievant in Arbitration
V.   The Role of Arbitration in Enforcing Statutory Rights
VI.  Labor Arbitration and the Demise of Employment at Will

I.    Basic Concepts- Historical Development
II.   The Constitutional Status of Strikes and Picketing
III.  The Regulation of Picketing in Support of Organizing
IV.  Secondary Boycott Provisions
V.   Hot Cargo Agreements
VI.  Jurisdictional Disputes
VII. The Regulation of Strikes Through General Statutes Antitrust Laws and Labor Activity

I.   Company Unions and Illegal Assistance
II.  The Duty of Neutrality
III. The Legal Significance of Supervisory Participation in the
      Organization and Functioning of a Legitimate Labor Organization
IV. Assistance Through Collective Bargaining

I.    The Preemption Issue: Historical Note
II.   Basic Principles in Preemption Cases
III.  Early Development of Preemption Policy
IV.  Garmon: The Basic Principles Established
V.   Applications of Garmon
VI.  The Free Play of Economic Forces: The Machinists Approach

I.     Introduction
II.   The World Trade Organization (WTO)
III.  The International Labour Organization (ILO)
IV.  The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)

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