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LABOR LAW - UNINCORPORATED UNIONS AS ENTITIES FOR THE PURPOSE OF BEING MADE PARTIES DEFENDANT
Union officials wrongfully discharged plaintiffs from the union. Plaintiffs, being unable to procure employment in a "closed-shop" trade, asked for a writ of mandamus to direct defendants, as representatives of the association, to reinstate plaintiffs and recompense them for damages suffered. Held, that a reinstatement order and a damage judgment against the union should be granted. Nissen v. International Brotherhood of Teamsters, etc., (Iowa, 1941) 295 N. W. 858.
Rex B. Martin,
LABOR LAW - UNINCORPORATED UNIONS AS ENTITIES FOR THE PURPOSE OF BEING MADE PARTIES DEFENDANT,
Mich. L. Rev.
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