Authors

Roger I. Abrams

Document Type

Article

Abstract

This article addresses the difficult legal issues involved in labor sympathy strikes. The Supreme Court had earlier allowed for injunctions when a union strikes over a matter that could be brought to arbitration. Does a federal court have the power to enjoin sympathy strike when the strikers do not have a dispute with the primary employer that could be brought to arbitration? Professor Abrams explains why courts should not enjoin such sympathy strikes, an outcome later accepted by the Supreme Court.

Date of Authorship for this Version

1-1-1975

Keywords

labor strikes, unions, arbitration, Law

Original Citation

Originally published in Case Western Reserve Law Review, Vol. 26, No. 1, pp. 178-213, 1975.

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