The 1934 amendments to the Railway Labor Act (R.L.A.) created the National Railroad Adjustment Board (N.R.A.B.) to hear and decide disputes involving employee grievances and controversies over application and interpretation of agreements, as distinguished from disputes concerning making of collective agreements.
Frank L. Adamson S. Ed.,
LABOR LAW-RAILWAY LABOR ACT-EFFECT OF CREATION OF NATIONAL RAILROAD ADJUSTMENT BOARD ON JURISDICTION OF COURTS,
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