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Hoffa, James S. Beall May 1993

Hoffa, James S. Beall

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Hoffa by Arthur A. Sloane


Rights Of Mine Access For Miners' Representatives: Has A Walk Around The Mine Become A Run Around The Law, Rosemary M. Collyer, J. Michael Klise Apr 1993

Rights Of Mine Access For Miners' Representatives: Has A Walk Around The Mine Become A Run Around The Law, Rosemary M. Collyer, J. Michael Klise

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Right To Unionize In The United States, Canada, And Mexico: A Comparative Assessment, David L. Gregory Jan 1993

The Right To Unionize In The United States, Canada, And Mexico: A Comparative Assessment, David L. Gregory

Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Nlrb Takes Notice To The Max In Paramax, Dennis M. Devaney, Susan E. Kehoe Jan 1993

The Nlrb Takes Notice To The Max In Paramax, Dennis M. Devaney, Susan E. Kehoe

Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The North American Free Trade Agreement: The Sale Of U.S. Industry To The Lowest Bidder, William Cunningham, Segundo Mercado-Liorens Jan 1993

The North American Free Trade Agreement: The Sale Of U.S. Industry To The Lowest Bidder, William Cunningham, Segundo Mercado-Liorens

Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Overlooked Middle, Thomas C. Kohler Jan 1993

The Overlooked Middle, Thomas C. Kohler

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

In this Article, the author argues that significant elements concerning the discussion of labor law reform have been overlooked and that the steady decline of unions is not in fact an isolated occurrence. It is instead part of a much broader and deeply troubling trend, which has affected every mediating group in our society. However, our blinkered insistence on treating the deterioration of autonomous employee associations as a solitary phenomenon has precluded us from comprehending either the complexity of its causes or the full extent of its implications. The author posits, therefore, that there is a pronounced tendency to overlook ...


Economic Restructuring And Emerging Patterns Of Industrial Relations, Stephen R. Sleigh Jan 1993

Economic Restructuring And Emerging Patterns Of Industrial Relations, Stephen R. Sleigh

Upjohn Press

This book's essays analyze innovative responses by unions, corporations and governments to job loss caused by economic restructuring, drawing on examples from Western Europe and the U.S.