Following is the partial text of an address delivered at the August 10, 1970, meeting of the American Bar Association's Section of Labor Relations Law by Theodore J. St. Antoine, Professor of Law, University of Michigan, and Secretary of the Section of Labor Relations Law of the American Bar Association. The portion of the address reproduced deals with the Supreme Court's Boys Markets decision relating to injunctions against strikes in violation of no-strike contracts and the Court's H. K. Porter decision involving the NLRB' s authority to order a party to agree to a substantive provision in a collective bargaining contract.
Publication Information & Recommended Citation
St. Antoine, Theodore J. "Interventionism, Laissez-Faire, and Stare Decisis: The Labor Decisions of the Supreme Court, October Term 1969." In The Labor Board and the Collective Bargaining Process, edited by H. J. Anderson, 63-74. Washington, D.C.: Bureau of National Affairs, 1971.