The National Labor Relations Board filed its petition in the circuit court of appeals January 7, 1938, seeking enforcement of its order against petitioner, Ford Motor Company. Petitioner filed its answer and asked that the order be set aside. On May 2, 1938, the board moved to withdraw its petition without prejudice. On May 4, 1938, petitioner filed its petition asking the court to review and set aside the board's order. The board moved that the case be remanded to it for further proceedings. The court entered an order remanding the proceedings to the board for the purpose of setting aside its findings. The Supreme Court granted certiorari. Held, treating both of the motions as involving a single question of law, that the motion of the board was properly granted. Ford Motor Company v. National Labor Relations Board, 305 U. S. 364, 59 S. Ct. 301 (1939).
Robert E. Sipes,
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