Machinists & Aerospace Workers v. NLRB,
412 U.S. 84 (1973)

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Machinists & Aerospace Workers v. NLRB, 412 U.S. 84 (1973)

Booster Lodge No. 405, International Association

of Machinists & Aerospace Workers,

AFL-CIO v. National Labor Relations Board

No. 71-1417

Argued March 26, 1973

Decided May 21, 1973

412 U.S. 84


Where the Union's constitution and bylaws are silent on the subject of voluntary resignation from the Union, the Union committed an unfair labor practice when it sought court enforcement of fines imposed for strike-breaking activities by employees who had resigned from the Union, even though the Union constitution expressly prohibited members from strike-breaking. NLRB v. Textile Workers, 409 U. S. 213.

148 U.S.App.D.C. 119, 459 F.2d 1143, affirmed.

Page 412 U. S. 85

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