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Review Of Justice For The Child, Edited By Margaret K. Rosenheim, Sanford N. Katz Jul 1963

Review Of Justice For The Child, Edited By Margaret K. Rosenheim, Sanford N. Katz

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

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Contracts And Sales, Joseph Curtis Jan 1963

Contracts And Sales, Joseph Curtis

Faculty Publications

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Review Of Society And The Law, By F. James Davis, Henry H. Foster, E. Eugene Davis And C. Ray Jeffery, Sanford N. Katz Jan 1963

Review Of Society And The Law, By F. James Davis, Henry H. Foster, E. Eugene Davis And C. Ray Jeffery, Sanford N. Katz

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

No abstract provided.


Some Problems Of Revocation And Termination Of Offers, Wencelas J. Wagner Jan 1963

Some Problems Of Revocation And Termination Of Offers, Wencelas J. Wagner

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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Contracts And Sales, Douglass Boshkoff Jan 1963

Contracts And Sales, Douglass Boshkoff

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


The Law Of Contracts In Communist Countries (Russia, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia And Hungary), Wencelas J. Wagner Jan 1963

The Law Of Contracts In Communist Countries (Russia, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia And Hungary), Wencelas J. Wagner

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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Section 301 And The Primary Jurisdiction Of The Nlrb, Michael I. Sovern Jan 1963

Section 301 And The Primary Jurisdiction Of The Nlrb, Michael I. Sovern

Faculty Scholarship

Several labor cases recently decided by the Supreme Court have brought into issue a conflict between the NLRB's primary jurisdiction over matters subject to sections 7 and 8 of the NLRA and the doctrine that courts have jurisdiction to enforce collective agreements. Professor Sovern discusses these cases and argues that the Court properly decided that the principle of exclusive NLRB jurisdiction should yield in suits on collective agreements, but he criticizes the Court for not having articulated a satisfactory rationale in support of this result. After an analysis of the doctrine of preemption, he considers five types of labor-contract ...