Labor Board v. Pacific Greyhound Lines, Inc.,
303 U.S. 272 (1938)

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Labor Board v. Pacific Greyhound Lines, Inc., 303 U.S. 272 (1938)

Labor Board v. Pacific Greyhound Lines, Inc.

No. 504

Argued February 4, 1938

Decided February 28, 1938

303 U.S. 272


1. National Labor Relations Board v. Pennsylvania Greyhound Lines, ante, p. 303 U. S. 261, followed.

2. The evidence and subsidiary findings in this case support the conclusion of the National Labor Relations Board that continued recognition of a company union by an employer would be a continuing obstacle to the exercise of the employees' right of self-organization and of collectively bargaining through representatives of their own choosing, and justified its order requiring the employer to withdraw all recognition of such union and give appropriate notice of the withdrawal to employees. P. 303 U. S. 275.

91 F.2d 458, reversed.

Certiorari, 302 U.S. 679, to review a judgment setting aside, in part, an order of the National Labor Relations Board, upon a petition for its enforcement.

Page 303 U. S. 273

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