Labor Board v. Fruehauf Trailer Co.,
301 U.S. 49 (1937)

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Labor Board v. Fruehauf Trailer Co., 301 U.S. 49 (1937)

National Labor Relations Board v. Fruehauf Trailer Co.

Nos. 420 and 421

Argued February 11, 1937

Decided April 12, 1937

301 U.S. 49


The National Labor Relations Act, and orders made under it by the National Labor Relations Board, sustained upon the authority of Labor Board v. Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp., ante p. 301 U. S. 1, as applied to a manufacturer of commercial "trailers" (vehicles designed for the transportation of merchandise) having its factory in Michigan, but which obtained from outside of Michigan more than 50% in value of the materials and parts used in the plant, and shipped to States other than Michigan and to foreign countries more than 80% of its finished products. P. 301 U. S. 53.

85 F.2d 391 reversed.

Certiorari, 299 U.S. 534, to review two decrees of the Circuit Court of Appeals, one dismissing a petition of the National Labor Relations Board for the enforcement of an order made by it under the National Labor Relations Act, the other setting the order aside at the petition of the trailer company.

Page 301 U. S. 51

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