Labor Law: A Problem Based Approach features the most important cases, documents, and articlues for students to study in order to become proficient in the practice of American private-sector labor law. It also has the following:
The book emphasizes most recent labor law developments and controversies including: NLRB election and posting rules, the Boeing controversy, and recent attempts at labor law legislative reform. It covers all essential introductory labor law topics on organizing, collective bargaining, and concerted activities and provides materials for advanced labor law classes on topics such as: individual rights in a labor union, union security clauses, and federal preemption.
The authors bring more than twenty-years of combined experience in practice, teaching, and scholarship in labor law.
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