Labor Board v. Truitt Mfg. Co.,
351 U.S. 149 (1956)

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Labor Board v. Truitt Mfg. Co., 351 U.S. 149 (1956)

Labor Board v. Truitt Mfg. Co.

No. 486

Argued March 29, 1956

Decided May 7, 1956

351 U.S. 149


In the circumstances of this case, where the employer claimed that it could not afford to pay higher wages but refused the union's request to produce financial data to substantiate this claim, the National Labor Relations Board was justified in finding that the employer had not bargained in good faith and, therefore, had violated § 8(a)(5) of the National Labor Relations Act. Pp. 351 U. S. 149-154.

224 F.2d 869 reversed.

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