Following a breakdown in negotiations over contract extension, plaintiff union, the certified representative of defendant's employees, sued in a federal district court, alleging that defendant was guilty of an unfair labor practice under the Labor-Management Relations Act in refusing to bargain in good faith. An injunction was sought requiring defendant to bargain with the union. The district court overruled motions' to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction and granted the relief requested. On appeal, held, reversed. The district court lacked jurisdiction to entertain the suit. Amazon Cotton Mills Co. v. Textile Workers Union, (C.C.A. 4th, 1948) 167 F. (2d) 183.
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