Labor Law (4500)

Surveys the development and current status of federal labor law, primarily the National Labor Relations Act. The course concentrates on the organizational and other NLRA rights of employees, including employees who are not represented by a labor organization; employer and union interference with those rights; the collective bargaining process and the enforcement of collective bargaining agreements; strikes, lock-outs and consumer boycotts; and the impact of federal labor law on state regulation of the employment relationship.

Grading: Letter graded

Credits: 3

Offered: e/o Fall

Categories:
Elective

Subject Areas:
Business/Corporate/Commercial
Employment Law:: edit ::

Taught by: Marlin Osthus

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