Values and Assumptions in American Labor Law ebook
by James B. Atleson
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Jan 23, 2016 Shaun Richman rated it it was amazing. James B. Atleson. Atleson "Atleson takes a fresh, synthetic look at the whole field of labor law. This almost never happens in legal scholarship
Atleson takes a fresh, synthetic look at the whole field of labor law. This almost never happens in legal scholarship. His book will be widely read by labor lawyers and law students. Not comparable work exists. It is well written, informative, and the product of scrupulous scholarship.
The law established the National Labor Relations Board to prosecute violations of labor law and to oversee the process by which . Atleson, James B. (1983). Values and Assumptions in American Labor Law (Pbk. e.
The law established the National Labor Relations Board to prosecute violations of labor law and to oversee the process by which employees decide whether to be represented by a labor organization. It also established various rules concerning collective bargaining and defined a series of banned unfair labor practices, including interference with the formation or organization of labor unions by employers.
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Buffalo law rev. J. There was something almost awesome, and perhaps typically American, in Henry Ford's defiance of the . The Hollowing Out of Corporate Canada: Implications for Transnational Labor Law, Policy and Practice. Ford staunchly maintained that the company he had founded and still ruled in absolute fashion was adhering to the law and had, in fact, anticipated many of its provisions. Critics focused their attack upon the company's labor practices, which clearly foreshadowed a coming strife, but no case.
This is not only circular reasoning, but it is unfortunate as well. For there is another book to be written that would analyze these questions through a serious and sustained reading in th. ONTINUE READING.