Labor Board v. Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. Co.
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319 U.S. 50 (1943)
U.S. Supreme Court
Labor Board v. Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. Co., 319 U.S. 50 (1943)
Labor Board v. Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.
Argued March 5, 8, 1943
Decided May 3, 1943
319 U.S. 50
The conclusion of the National Labor Relations Board in this case that an association of employees which, prior to the passage of the National Labor Relations Act in 1935, was a company-dominated and supported union had not ceased to be such, notwithstanding the reorganization of the association and efforts to dissipate the effect of such early domination, was supported by substantial evidence, and the order directing the company to disestablish completely the association as bargaining representative, and to cease and desist
from giving effect to the contractual arrangements resulting from the association's former representation of the employees, was within the authority of the Board. P. 319 U. S. 60.
129 F.2d 410 reversed.
Certiorari, 317 U.S. 618, to review judgments setting aside an order of the National Labor Relations Board, 35 N.L.R.B. 621, and denying the Board's petition for enforcement.
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