Respondent, employing about sixty persons, was the sole owner of a garment-tailoring concern in New Jersey. His only business was with the Lee Company, a New York firm, that sold finished goods. There was no financial affiliation between them. The Lee Company purchased the cloth and caused it to be delivered to respondent. Respondent tailored it and delivered the finished product to a representative of the Lee Company at respondent's plant. This representative sent it back to New York in Lee Company trucks. Title to the cloth remained throughout in the Lee Company. Held, Justices McReynolds and Butler dissenting, and Justice Frankfurter taking no part, that the National Labor Relations Board had jurisdiction of respondent. National Labor Relations Board v. Fainblatt, (U. S. 1939) 59 S. Ct. 668, reversing (C. C. A. 3d, 1938) 98 F. (2d) 615.
John C. Griffin,
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