Railway Labor Executives' Ass'n v. United States
379 U.S. 199 (1964)

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Railway Labor Executives' Ass'n v. United States, 379 U.S. 199 (1964)

Railway Labor Executives' Association v. United States

No. 130

Decided December 7, 1964

379 U.S. 199


District Court's judgment dismissing appellant railway employees' complaint to set aside in part Interstate Commerce Commission railroad merger orders for failure to protect employees' interests under certain provisions of a collective bargaining agreement vacated insofar as that judgment relates to those provisions, with instructions to remand case to ICC for clarification of orders.

226 F. Supp. 521 vacated and remanded.

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