National Labor Relations Act: Law and Practice
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A comprehensive, authoritative treatise on the entire scope of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and related statutes as interpreted by the National Labor Relations Board and the courts, as well as matters of practice and procedure under the Act before the Board and the courts. (For a detailed listing of contents, please click on the "Table of Contents" tab.) This treatise provides in-depth, detailed analysis of the subject, profusely footnoted with main and supplemental citations. Helpful features include boxed summary notes highlighting main idea of section content, Practice Pointers, bulleted summaries, illustrative official NLRB forms, and Appendices of statutes, rules and regulations, NLRB organizational information, and Board guideline memorandums.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 The National Labor Relations Act: An Overview
Chapter 2 NLRB Jurisdiction
Chapter 3 [Reserved]
Chapter 4 Employees’ Rights (Section 7 of the Act)
Chapter 5 Interference with, Restraint or Coercion of Employee Rights
Chapter 6 Employer Domination of or Interference with Labor Organizations (Section 8(a)(2) of the Act)
Chapter 7 Union Restraint or Coercion in Selection of Employer Representatives (Section 8(b)(1)(B))
Chapter 8 Employer and Union Discrimination Affecting Terms and Conditions of Employment (Sections 8(a)(3), 8(a)(4) and 8(b)(2))
Chapters 9–11 [Reserved]
Chapter 12 Duty to Bargain
Chapter 13 Subjects of Bargaining
Chapter 14 Successor Employers and Unions
Chapter 15 Procedure in Unfair Labor Practice Cases
Chapters 16–18 [Reserved]
Chapter 19 Strikes
Chapter 20 Lockouts
Chapter 21 Secondary Activity: Strikes, Boycotts, Picketing and Hot Cargo Contracts
Chapter 22 Organizational and Recognitional Picketing
Chapter 23 Consumer Picketing
Chapter 24 Jurisdictional Disputes and Featherbedding
Chapter 25 Union Security
Chapter 26 Dues Checkoffs
Chapter 27 Duty of Fair Representation
Chapters 28–31 [Reserved]
Chapter 32 Union Elections and Representation Procedures
Chapter 33 Union Recognition and Withdrawal of Recognition Without an Election
Chapter 34 Conduct Interfering With a Representation Election
Chapter 35 Appropriate Bargaining Units
Chapter 36 Preemption
Chapters 37–39 [Reserved]
Chapter 40 NLRB Deferral to Arbitration
Chapter 41 Judicial Enforcement of Collective Bargaining Agreements Under Section 301
Chapter 42 The NLRA and the Bankruptcy Laws
Chapter 43 The NLRA and the Antitrust Laws
Chapter 44 Restrictions on Employer Payments to Labor Organizations and Representatives and Employer Disclosure Requirements
Chapter 45 [Reserved]
Chapter 46 The NLRA and the Americans with Disabilities Act
Chapters 47–51 [Reserved]