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LABOR LAW - COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND GOOD FAITH UNDER THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT
The National Labor Relations Board brought contempt proceedings against the defendant company for its refusal to comply with a consent decree ordering the defendant to bargain with the union selected as the sole representative of its employees. Negotiations between the defendant and the union were carried on, but no written agreement was reached, and it was charged that the defendant company acted in bad faith in its failure to agree to certain provisions of the proposed contract. Held, that the defendant's refusal to enter into a written contract respecting working conditions already existing was bad faith and amounted to a refusal to bargain collectively. National Labor Relations Board v. Knoxville Publishing Co., (C. C. A. 6th, 1942) 124 F. (2d) 875.
LABOR LAW - COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND GOOD FAITH UNDER THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT,
Mich. L. Rev.
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