National Labor Relations Board v. Alco Feed Mills.
1943.C05.40219 ; 133 F.2d 419
United States Court Of Appeals For The Fifth Circuit
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The National Labor Relations Board asks a decree enforcing its order dated June 26, 1942, that Alco Feed Mills cease and desist from interfering with its employees in organizing for collective bargaining and reinstate with back pay Leavy Clay, an employee found to have been laid off discriminatorily because of union activity. Alco Feed Mills contends that both branches of the order are unsupported by evidence.
- Category: Law
- Published: 15 February 1943
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 5 Pages
- Language: English