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I am taking a Business Law class that is studying the First Central Bank Case, which is one of the Harvard Business Cases.

This is about unions and the rights of the employees to pursue and what employers can and cannot do...

Any good tips on websites to check out about this topic? Labor Law essentially, but I am looking for more than just the law itself, but some good sites that will be more "user-friendly"...

Thank you :blink:

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Any applicable or relevant law and case history would be either cited, referenced or discussed in the opinion, which I assumed was published. So that is where you have to start.

You cannot just think that a topic is relevant and go look it up. Topics are too broad anyhow, to be used in that manner, you need to be specific anf relevant.

You might want to read up on case and topic research before you get too far into this class.

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There is a 2 volume book entitled "The Developing

Labor Law" which does an excellent job of summarizing

the relationship between employers, employees, unions

and members. This is where I would start. You should

be able to find it in any county law library.

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