National Labor Relations Board v. American Aggregate Co.
C05.40193; 335 F.2d 253 (1964)
Fifth Circuit United States Court Of Appeals
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Before HUTCHESON, PRETTYMAN* and JONES, Circuit Judges. HUTCHESON, Circuit Judge: This is a civil contempt proceeding. In a per curiam opinion entered December 20, 1960, reported in 285 F. (2) 529, this court held that there was substantial evidence on the record to sustain the National Labor Relations Board's findings that respondent had violated the act. An enforcement order was entered on January 20, 1961, requiring respondent to bargain with the union in good faith. On November 16, 1962, the Board petitioned this court to adjudge respondent in civil contempt. A master was appointed, hearings were held, the master filed findings of fact and conclusions of law in effect finding the respondent guilty of civil contempt in the particulars named by him, and respondent has filed objections to, and seeks rejection of, the master's report and its finding of contempt of this court. The Labor Board insists that the report should be approved.
- Category: Law
- Published: 11 August 1964
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 6 Pages
- Language: English