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The complainant, a milling and textile company employing about 2,000 men, brought this action to enjoin certain wage assignments made by 1,100 of its employees. The assignments, voluntarily made to the respondent union (certified by the National Labor Relations Board), directed the company to deduct from each laborer's pay at the end of every month the amount of his union dues. The complainant had previously refused to sign a contract with the union which embodied a "check-off" provision. Held, the mass assignment being prejudicial to the rights of the complainant, the injunction should be granted. Pacific Mills v. Textile Workers' Union of America, (S. C. 1941) 15 S. E. (2d) 134.
Michigan Law Review,
ASSIGNMENTS - INJUNCTIONS - ENFORCEABILITY IN EQUITY OF PARTIAL WAGE ASSIGNMENTS,
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