Order of Railway Conductors v. Southern Ry. Co., 339 U.S. 255 (1950)
U.S. Supreme CourtOrder of Railway Conductors v. Southern Ry. Co., 339 U.S. 255 (1950)
Order of Railway Conductors v. Southern Railway Co.
Argued February , 1950
Decided April 10, 1950
339 U.S. 255
A dispute arose between a railroad and a labor union as to the railroad's obligation under their collective bargaining agreement to give conductors extra pay for certain services. The railroad refused the demand of the union and commenced a declaratory judgment action in state court. The union thereafter filed a petition for hearing and award before the Adjustment Board under the Railway Labor Act.
215 S.C. 280, 54 S.E.2d 816, reversed.
In a declaratory judgment action brought b a railroad against a labor union, for adjudication of a dispute arising out of a collective bargaining agreement between them, a state court interpreted the agreement and entered a declaratory judgment. The State Supreme Court affirmed. 215 S.C. 280, 54 S.E.2d 816. This Court granted certiorari. 338 U.S. 899. Reversed and remanded, p. 339 U. S. 257.